Brandogg, they DID have a warrant. The procedural error is that the police asked for the wrong type of warrant. They did fix that error (when they filed a temporary warrant), and the judge is considering making it permanent. I am not a expert on New Zealand law, but I did some research and checked articles from New Zealand newspapers about this.
I don't support companies that support illegality, especially when the head of the company does it themselves and encourages others to do it.
Oh, and I just read a AP article that New Zealand let him become a resident despite his criminal past (convicted in Germany of computer fraud and stock-price manipulation) because of his money and at the time of his residency application he paid US$492,000 to sponsor a fireworks show.