MegaUpload extradition hearing ‘likely’ delayed to July

The property that Kim DotCom leases in New Zealand. DotCom was in court today asking for more funds to be released so he can continue to pay his living expenses.
(Credit: France Komoroske)
From the start, the MegaUpload case promised to be one of those long-running courtroom fights — and that’s exactly what it is turning into.

Anne Toohey, a lawyer working for the commissioner of police in New Zealand, said in court today that there is a “high likelihood” that the extradition hearing to determine whether MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom and several other company managers can be extradited…

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