Kim Dotcom May Be About To Bring Down The New Zealand Prime Minister
The internet entrepreneur has promised to reveal evidence "that John Key lied."
Internet Party founder Kim Dotcom is expected to hold a dramatic public forum days out from the NZ election aimed at destroying Prime Minister John Key's credibility.
Mr Doctom has booked the Auckland Town Hall five days before the September 20 election, with the intention of releasing documents allegedly showing Mr Key has lied about spying in New Zealand.
Allegations are also expected to centre around the 2012 raid on Mr Dotcom's house which saw him arrested linked to US charges of copyright infringement.
He confronted Mr Key in a 2013 parliamentary hearing into spying laws.
Mr Key continues to maintain he had limited knowledge of the raid just one day before it was about to occur.
Mr Dotcom's Internet Party is contesting the September 20 election where John Key is widely tipped to be returned as Prime Minister.
US authorities have been pursuing Kim Dotcom for alleged copyright infringement linked to the operation of defunct streaming website, Megaupload.
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