An investigation by The BFD has exposed a high level conspiracy to stop independent Australian journalist Avi Yemini from entering New Zealand last week.
The blockbuster claim was published this morning on The BFD by Cam Slater.
Yemini had intended to come to New Zealand last week to report on The Freedom and Rights Coalition Parliament Protest. However he was stopped in Australia while attempting to catch a flight over.
The BFD investigation revealed what appears to be a politically motivated collusion between the NZ Police, legacy media outlet The NZHerald and Immigration NZ to stop Yemini, and his colleague Rukshan Fernandes, from entering the country.
The highly corrupt conspiracy involved seeding negative stories about Yemini by an unnamed NZHerald journalist in the days leading up to the protest, Immigration NZ using those articles as the basis for denying Yemini entry, and the NZ Police, acting against all standard procedures and ethics, taking an active part in the process.
The police role was exposed to The BFD in leaked emails. Those emails contradict police statements to the public on the issue, and contravene Article 3 of the INTERPOL Constitution, which specifically prohibits police ‘intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character’.
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