Meanwhile as thousands worship their rugby idols the The Inspector General of Intelligence and Security has released a report finding the SIS (Security Intelligence Service) has been continuing to break the law with it's use of new video surveillance powers.
The Green Party has stated:
“The powers of the SIS need to be curbed and it needs proper oversight by a democratically representative Parliamentary Select Committee, as the Green Party has repeatedly called for in the past.”
“The SIS was given extra powers of video surveillance which it has used twice, and both times have been found to have broken the law. At the very least, these new powers have to go,”
Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key (Corrupt Liar) has today tabled in Parliament the Annual Report of the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security, Cheryl Gwyn.