3 News lands scoop on Dotcom's Nazi memorabilia

3-news3 News lead tonight with revelations that political hopeful, Kim Dotcom, owns a signed copy of Mein Kampf, the autobiographical manifesto written by Adolf Hitler.

However, Dotcom claims that he doesn’t subscribe to Nazi ideology and owns no other Nazi memorabilia.

“Let me make absolutely clear, OK. I’m not buying into the Nazi ideology. I’m totally against what the Nazis did.” Dotcom told TV3’s Brooke Sabin.

Last week, Dotcom had a gag order issued by the High Court against his former bodyguard Wayne Tempero who has spent the last few years by his side 24/7.

Tomorrow, Dotcom launches his Internet Party to contest the 2014 election.

With all the recent drama, one must wonder if there are any other skeletons yet to come out of what seems to be a very large closet.

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  • Danny TV Professional

    Hardly a skeleton (particularly if the revelation came from the man himself) and thank goodness we don’t all get judged by our daft purchases. It is just a rich man’s splurge. A talking point for his study. Not a huge fan of Dotcom, but he’s not a Nazi.

  • Maggie

    I wouldn’t trust that fat German as far as I could throw him. It sickens me that certain people are turning up to his parties … says a lot about them and how they’re influenced by the great dollar.

    Why NZ has taken such a soft stance on him residing here is a true mystery to me. If it was up to me, I’d let the Americans have him.