New Zealand’s intelligence watchdog has launched an inquiry into our spy agencies’ involvement in the military’s Afghanistan activities - including the raid which allegedly killed innocent civilians. Sam Sachdeva reports.
Cheryl Gwyn has not been afraid to ask tough questions of New Zealand's spy agencies in her role as the country's intelligence watchdog. In Newsroom's ongoing "watchdog" series, she speaks to Sam Sachdeva about her past as a student activist, the value of Edward Snowden's leaks, and the dangers of Donald Trump.
New Zealand’s spy watchdog has shared her concerns about the country’s intelligence relationship with the United States, saying Kiwi agencies must make sure they are not “somehow drawn into unlawful activity”.