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‘I am now the last man standing’: Kim Dotcom’s co-accused strike plea deal to avoid extradition

The US government will no longer pursue the extradition of Mathias Ortmann and Bram van der Kolk in the long-running case.

In a series of tweets today, Kim Dotcom confirmed Ortmann and van der Kolk had reached a deal with the US and New Zealand governments where they will accept some form of reduced guilt/liability in return for testifying against him.

‘My co-defendants in the Megaupload copyright case, Mathias and Bram, have made a deal with the US and New Zealand Government to accept liability and to become witnesses against me. They will be charged in New Zealand and will no longer face extradition to the United States.’

 

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  1. Deep state grinds slowly and steadily to teach a lesson. Julian Assgange &, Kim Dotcom are obviuosly in the list on which the deep state wont seem to give up.

    Nukes accumulate all the bad karma of the deep state, and God will decide when to offer Justice.

    • Not sure what your god has to do with any of this.

      But even a moron knows that Kim Dotcom did nothing illegal, and that this entire case has been manufactured from the very start.

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