All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘extradition’

Christy Mack Alleged Attacker, War Machine, Extradited to Vegas to Face the Music

Somebody beat the daylights out of porn star Christy Mack, leaving her hospitalized with 18 broken bones, a broken nose, ruptured liver, fractured rib, multiple stab wounds, and numerous missing and broken teeth. Christy Mack says it was her ex-boyfriend, a mixed martial arts fighter who calls himself War Machine. After the attack, Mack posted pictures of her injuries, along …

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Joran Van der Sloot: Natalee Holloway Suspect to Be Extradited in 26 Years

Joran Van der Sloot is the primary suspect in the disappearance of American Natalee Holloway from Aruba in May of 2005. Now the Peruvian court system says they will extradite him to the United States–but not for 26 more years. He must finish serving a 28 year sentence that was imposed upon him for the murder of Stephany Flores in …

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Joran Van Der Sloot To Be Extradited To The U.S. In 2038

The Peruvian government has agreed to transfer Joran van der Sloot, a Dutch national, to the U.S. after he has served his sentence on a murder conviction in Peru, which will end in 2038. The news was published in one of Peru’s official gazette. Van der Sloot is currently serving his sentence in Peru after he was convicted of robbing …

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New Zealand Court Orders FBI To Show Kim Dotcom Evidence

It was only last month that a New Zealand court ruled that the FBI broke the law by moving its evidence against Kim Dotcom overseas. The court also ruled that the FBI must give all the evidence they have on the Megaupload to him. The FBI refuted the order and said that they wouldn’t give him anything. The New Zealand …

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Julian Assange To Find Out If He’s Being Extradited Next Week

It’s been a long time since Julian Assange was arrested for an alleged rape and sexual assault in Sweden. According to Wikileaks, he’s been detained in house arrest for 533 days. He’s been in and out of court hearings, starting a TV show, running for Australian government positions and even guest starring on the Simpsons. It’s those court hearings that …

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Kim Dotcom To Have $750,000 Returned To Him

We brought you word a few months ago that Kim Dotcom, founder of Megaupload, was on his way to getting some of his possessions back. It seems that the news has finally become reality as Dotcom had about $750,000 worth of possessions returned to him. Stuff is reporting that the New Zealand High Court has agreed to return some money …

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Natalee Holloway Suspect To Be Extradited To U.S.

Joran Van Der Sloot, the prime suspect in the disappearance of American Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005, will soon be extradited to the U.S. to face charges of extortion. He is currently in Peru serving 28 years for the 2010 murder of Stephany Flores, who was stabbed to death in his hotel room. Van Der Sloot confessed to the …

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Anonymous Attacks UK Home Office Web Site

Anonymous may be waging a war against China’s censorship of the Internet, but they are also fighting something a bit closer to home. That is, if you count the UK as being closer to home. The Anonymous UK Twitter account announced over the weekend that the Home Office was taken offline due to a DDoS attack. They also took down …

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MegaUpload: Extradition Papers Filed In Kim Dotcom Case

Kim Dotcom is in for the fight of his life as his extradition hearing is now official. We reported a few weeks ago that Kim Dotcom was finally released on bail after being held in jail for almost a month after his company, MegaUpload, was seized by the feds for alleged copyright violations. The United States government has filed the …

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Richard O’Dwyer’s Mom Speaks Out Against US Control of the Internet

In case you forgot, the story of Richard O’Dwyer fits right into the anti-SOPA/PIPA mood that permeates across the Internet, save for the United States government, of course. O’Dwyer ran a site called TVShack.net which posted links to downloadable copyrighted material, including, as the name suggests, television shows. For his actions, O’Dwyer was arrested by British police and was ordered …

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Wikileaks Founder Supreme Court Appeal Begins

Wikileaks editor Julian Assange is appealing to the Supreme Court in the U.K. to prevent extradition to Sweden. ZDNet is reporting that Assange’s lawyers are laying out their arguments today to the seven law lords of the Supreme Court. The basis of their argument is that Swedish prosecutor Marianne Ny acted beyond her powers in issuing a European Arrest Warrant. …

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