Supporters of Kim Dotcom leave the North Shore District Court ...
Jan 23rd, 2012
(Reuters) - Supporters of Kim Dotcom leave the North Shore District Court Auckland January 23, 2012, after Dotcom was denied bail. A New Zealand judge reserved his decision on Monday on whether to grant bail to the founder of online file-sharing website Megaupload ahead of an extradition hearing on charges of internet piracy and money laundering. Dotcom, 37, a German national also known as Kim Schmitz, was ordered to be held in custody until the judge issues a written decision, no later than Wednesday. REUTERS/Nigel Marple (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY CRIME LAW) -
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