Kim Dotcom has taken court action to gag a former body guard.
. . . Dotcom made a successful application for an interim injunction against Wayne Tempero in the High Court at Auckland yesterday. The action came soon after the Herald reported that Tempero was set to release “secret revelations” about Dotcom’s “mindset and megalomania”. . .
That hasn’t stopped other staff talking to Whaleoil who has a story of slave wages, bullying, intimidation and the sheer effrontery of a man spending literally millions on himself but short-changing his most loyal staff.
Labour, the Green and Mana parties like to think they’re the workers’ friends.
They and New Zealand First have all been courting, or courted by, Dotcom in the hope he can help them defeat National.
The enemy of their enemy could be their friend but do they want to be friends with someone who appears to be anything but the workers’ friend?
And will the media which have given Dotcom a pretty easy ride, start asking some harder questions now?
P.S. Former Labour president Mike Williams, just said on RadioNZ National’s panel that he’s on Dotcom’s side with the gagging order.