Police are staying quiet on their involvement in the surveillance of Kim Dotcom and his co-accused.
They're being blamed for telling the Government's spy agency that Kim Dotcom one of his co-accused were foreign nationals when they were in fact New Zealand residents.
The GCSB has to get a warrant unless it's investigating foreign organisations and people.
In a statement, police say they're awaiting the report from the inquiry ordered by the Prime Minister and will not be making any further comment until then.
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