Kim Dotcom’s Lawyer Says NZ Court Made Errors in the RulingAdded: Thursday, September 8th, 2016
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MegaUpload founder’s lawyer claimed that a New Zealand District Court made several major errors when it decided to grant the extradition of his client, with the judge copy-pasting extensively from the US lawyers and missing any legal ground to extradite Dotcom.
Back in 2015, a New Zealand District Court ruled that MegaUpload operators could be sent to the US to face criminal charges. The defendants immediately appealed the ruling, and the hearings started at New Zealand’s High Court. Kim Dotcom and his colleagues claim that Judge Nevin Dawson failed to give them a fair hearing and made several errors in its final ruling. For example, it largely relied on the writings of American lawyers, with the 60% of the verdict consisting of copy-pasted text from the US contributions to the record of case.
Anyway, even if the court disagrees that MegaUpload was not liable for copyright infringement, the extradition request still should be denied, because it is not an extraditable offense under the treaty between the two countries.
Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.
Thursday, September 8th, 2016
|Go Go Kim shove it UP EM mate|
|i agree russianfuk , stick it right up them kimmy !||
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