April 23, 2017
AUCKLAND - New Zealand allowed the German Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three others, including a Dutchman, to extradite to the United States. A judge in New Zealand has it Wednesday determined. The quartet may appeal against the decision.
Dotcom was the man behind Megaupload, a site where files could be shared. The three other suspects were involved. Dotcom is in the US accused of violating copyright, racketeering and money laundering. According to the US Dotcom and three others ensured that the American film industry is almost 500 million went wrong. Careers We are planning to appeal , said the lawyer of Dotcom. Even the eccentric German when leaving the courtroom said that he disappointed is. The ruling comes nearly four years after the huge police raid in the New Zealand luxury villa Dotcom. His site Megaupload was taken offline. The search by the New Zealand police were commissioned by the American FBI. Suggested measures included twenty exclusive cars confiscated.