Dotcom says U.S. Vice President ordered Megaupload shutdown

Dotcom says U.S. Vice President ordered Megaupload shutdown

PanARMENIAN.Net - Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom says he knows who ordered the shutdown of his company and related sites.

Dotcom told TorrentFreak that he has insider information which reveals that none other than Vice President Joe Biden directed attorney Neil MacBride to target the site. Biden is known to be one of the best friends of former Senator Chris Dodd, who’s now heading the MPAA.

When Megaupload was raided in January, questions were raised as to why the U.S. Government acted so aggressively against a company that seemingly played by the rules.It’s no secret that the MPAA provides the authorities with “leads” for criminal investigations on a regular basis, but considering the size and location of the company Megaupload was not an ordinary target, TorrentFreak says.

Soon after Kim Dotcom was released from custody he pointed the finger at Washington, arguing that the Mega investigation was a ‘gift’ to Hollywood, facilitated by corrupt government forces. In the months that followed Dotcom and his team researched the motivations of the U.S. Government which resulted in some revealing findings.

While Megaupload’s founder is cautious about revealing too much early on, he says he has information which shows that it was none other than Vice President Joe Biden who called for the Megaupload takedown.

“I do know from a credible source that it was Joe Biden, the best friend of former Senator and MPAA boss Chris Dodd, who ordered his former lawyer and now state attorney Neil MacBride to take Mega down,” Dotcom told TorrentFreak.

Dotcom previously hinted that Biden was involved in the Megaupload case through one of his tweets.

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