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Topic # 189309 23-Dec-2015 15:38
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http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11565399

S
o the lengthy process he is undertaking is getting closer to the end.
"A judge has today ruled Kim Dotcom along with three other defendants is eligible for extradition to the US."
Fingers crossed.

@johnr





 


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  Reply # 1456392 24-Dec-2015 08:31
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nathan: Never understood why he doesn't want to go to the USA.

his court case there is less likely to go against him

tying up his resources and time in New Zealand has destroyed any sympathy he had.

he’ll be here for another 2-3 year trying to overturn this via the New Zealand court

Given the stupid stuff our Supreme Court does, who knows what will happen


Because

1. He has a right to oppose
2. He has said before that he would go voluntarily if he was guaranteed bail and access to funds for legal defense and living costs.

 

     

  1. Bail
  2. In 2012 he said: Hey DOJ, we will go to the US. No need for extradition. We want bail, funds unfrozen for lawyers & living expenses

 

Without that, there is risk it will not be a fair trial

A video of his lawyer asking about this in court

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