Man arrested in raids ‘declared war on NZ’, court told

Updated 4:35PM Tuesday October 16, 2007
Anti-terror raids

An Auckland man arrested as part of nationwide police raids on suspected weapons training camps declared war on New Zealand in communication intercepted by police, a court has been told.

Jamie Beattie Lockett, 46, of Takanini, in Manukau City, faces three charges under the Firearms Act.

For the full story, refer the NZHerald site.

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