A Chat with Paul Neazor
Just come to light is an endearing telephone chat with Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Paul Neazor.
In what seems to be an off-the-cuff telephone conversation, Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security Paul Neazor explains to a caller why they will not be told if they have been surveilled or not.
Neazor appears to honestly discuss his role and explain the rational behind the 'neither confirm nor deny' response that people receive when applying for files from the different security agencies.
It's a ten minute long audio clip giving an arguably wonderful (and hilarious) insight into the workings of intelligence and security in New Zealand. During the conversation Neazor forgets who the Director of GCSB is, compares Dotcom with Julian Assange and Wikileaks, explains the 'mistake' behind the GCSB's targeting of Dotcom and admits that he's about to retire.
A wonderful must hear tape.