When New Zealand authorities face an “Ugly” American

New Zealand has a very ample law that allows the government to declare anything you say or write prohibited and subjected to censorship. The Films, Videos and Publications Classification Amendment Act 2015 allows government to simply say “Oh! that is bad, it must be censored and whatever information related to it must be retained and turned in for prosecution.

That is all fine and dandy till you try to pull that shit with an US citizen living in the US.

 

Here is the text, enlarge to read.

The LLC is registered in Florida under the ownership of the individual mentioned, but it is inactive which is not strange and possibly another slap in the face for KiwiPD.

Fuck ’em. Instead of investigating the massacre, you waste time chasing the video thru the net? You are gloriously dumb if you think you can.

Hat Tip to BlogSon Justin

7 Replies to “When New Zealand authorities face an “Ugly” American”

  1. I’m guessing that last line is one of those boilerplate statements that says stuff like “this email is privileged… you cannot share/distribute without permission… blah, blah, blah.”

  2. Hopefully Mr Moon is living someplace that will not extradite him.

    I don’t think the US would, at this point in time; but if we get in full-house Dems in ’20 I could see it happening.

  3. Heh.

    “You want me to do what? F.U. and the horse you rode in (basically).”

    Classic. 😀

    This is like the latest Twatter b.s. of *warning* US citizens that they can’t criticize burkas or sharia law or muslims or terrorists or whatever because the jaggoffs @ Crapkistan & Trashghanistan keep whining about sand in their panties. RME

    1. Anyone who gets the Twatter b.s. of *warning* “You can be put to DEATH in Shitcanistan for this!” should be referred for terroristic threats.

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