New Zealand Decides It Won't Hand Over Megaupload Founder Without A Fight
Monday, 20 August 2012
A New Zealand High Court judge has ruled the U.S. must hand over its evidence against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom if the Justice Department wants him extradited.
The high court's ruling quashed America's appeal of a lower court decision that said the U.S. must show its evidence against Dotcom before his extradition hearing,...
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