The New Zealand institutions that broke our trust
Wednesday 10 Oct 2012 4:01 p.m.
It's a story about something central to life in a western democracy, that the people we entrust with great privileges, the right to act in secret, the right to spy on us, the right to share information about us, the right to carry guns and raid homes, do so in ways the law intended.
In the case of Kim Dotcom, they didn't. The High Court has said that, and the Prime Minister has said that.
And that's not a story about Kim Dotcom, that's a story about New Zealand institutions who got it wrong, so wrong, they even broke the law.
Watch the video for the full story.