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A New Zealand judge made clear that he would not allow for further delays in the Kim Dotcom extradition hearing, local media reported Thursday.
In a ruling, Auckland District Court Judge Nevin Dawson denied the Megaupload founder’s bid to throw another wrench into the process, which has been delayed at least 10 times in recent years. (Last month, the Court of Appeal of New Zealand also ruled against Dotcom’s attempt to push the hearing back.)
The ruling means that Dotcom’s defense team will now have to present its case as to why he should not be sent to the United States to face criminal charges stemming from the now-shuttered cloud storage site.
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