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FBI used FedEx to sneak Dotcom information out of New Zealand

bpkiwi (1190575) writes | more than 2 years ago

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bpkiwi (1190575) writes "FBI agents, working with New Zealand police on the Megaupload case, took a copy of Kim Dotcom's hard drives and then immediately sneaked out of the police facility and FedEx'ed them back to the USA. Despite the fact that removal of evidence in this manner without official approval (and a chance for the defendant to challenge it) appears to be illegal, the New Zealand government is now left arguing on a technicality — that the law only covers 'physical' items."
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Cooperation between FedEx and USA's spy agencies (1)

Taco Cowboy (5327) | more than 2 years ago | (#40238713)

This is not the first time FedEx becomes a willing partner to USA's spy agencies

Countless other operations, both within the United States and outside of, have deployed the FedEx trucks as cover-up, sometimes even as a listening post / command center stationed nearby where the suspect is located

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