The prosecutor questioned him about someone who had tried to visit him at the jail, who she said had a prior record involving forged documents. Kim DotCom said he never heard of the guy. She asked him if he’d consider accepting forged documents from anyone and he responded, ” I would tell them to go to hell, I’m not interested.”
Dotcom said the media attention to the case has resulted in “funny” visits, phone calls and letters while he’s been in jail. One man called him and told him he was a former prosecutor, and could arrange bail for him — for a fee. Kim DotCom said he reported the call to authorities.
He also testified that the police punched him in the face when arresting him, and one officer stood on his hand, making it bleed… MORE