| Latest Political News | Friday October 12 2012 5:57
Uncertainty surrounds the latest twist in the Dotcom saga.
Labour claims there's a video recording of the Prime Minister referring to Dotcom to GCSB staff during a visit he paid to the spy agency in February.
Leader David Shearer is unable to say if the video still exists, or if it might have been destroyed.
"We understand a video was taken, that's all I'm prepared to say at the moment. We've had sources tell us this information."
He also acknowledges they have no physical evidence to corroborate the claim.
"No we don't. If there is no video evidence that's fine, but if there is video evidence then John Key should be asking GCSB for it and then he should be coming out and publicly releasing that evidence."
Meanwhile Mr Key has said he doesn't remember the incident.
GCSB director Ian Fletcher says they've made exhaustive enquiries of their records and IT systems and have found NO audio visual recording of Mr Key's visit.
The agency's now investigating the leak made to the Labour Party.
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