More than two years after his home was raided by authorities, Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom stands to get back some of the millions of dollars worth of cash and property that was seized due to his alleged copyright crimes.
A New Zealand court has turned down the government’s application to continue holding Dotcom’s assets past a two-year deadline. The news came via a statement from one of Dotcom’s lawyers, Robert Gapes, who shared the statement with Fairfax NZ News.
Dotcom reacted on Twitter. “Mona and I are getting our New Zealand assets back, unless the Crown appeals :-)))” he wrote early Wednesday morning, US time.
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