NZs “War against terrorism” news-Key’s gaffe reveals spies’ role

From nzherald.co.nz 5:00AM Saturday October 20, 2007
By Paula Oliver  “War against terrorism”

National Party leader John Key last night tried to defend himself over an embarrassing gaffe in which he revealed details of a highly sensitive Security Intelligence Service briefing ahead of this week’s dramatic police raids.

The security blunder has echoes of Helen Clark’s own gaffe as Opposition leader in 1996 when she let slip the reason intelligence agents broke into activist Aziz Choudry’s house in Christchurch.
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