Billy Te Kahika faces Electoral Commission and Business Loan investigations – video

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Conspiracy Theorist Billy Te Kahika confirmed he is under an active investigation in one of his live streams. He is a ‘second referral’ to Police in a statement from the Electoral Commission.

The statement was about the Māori Party failing to declare around $330,000 of donations. A separate referral was noted and turns out to be Mr Kahika.

He’d received two large donations from someone that thisquality cannot legally reveal. Allegedly the money was spent on flights, hotels and events throughout the 2020 General Elections. When it come to declaring the donations there were no records undertaken from three different bank accounts that the money went into.

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Mr Kahika did not get money out of thin air in advertising with his Producer known as Conspiracy Theorist Vinny Eastwood after he was found out to have been paid $1,000 a month doing interviews.

thisquality understands that the Electoral Commission did not take action for this. Promoter statements were not provided on past content and were let off the hook.

Mr Kahika, once being a politician, was required to show the promoter statements on all videos he was in.

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thisquality has been investigating Mr Kahika since October 2020 and revealed a lot in the public domain.

It was found that he took $200k off an investor meant to be for a housing development project in Northland.

The money was spent on a $160,000 2020 Land Rover Discovery and his political movement.

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After quitting the bogus freedom movement, he admitted to a Stuff Journalist that he was under investigation.

If the investor were under criminal insight, Mr Kahika would not have been given a $200k investment.

Stuff undermined the reporting of thisquality after conducting an independent investigation first.

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In a publication, they said allegations were ‘rejected’ – this is false.

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A fake business was set up in order to trick the investor into believing that it was for the housing project.

IBC Construction Limited was reserved under another name that thisquality cannot reveal. It was someone he worked with.

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