Maxim Vysochanski agreed to extradition in the USA
Date: January 27, 2004
Maxim Vysochanski, Ukrainian being behind the bars in Thailand, accused of hacking in the USA, agreed to extradition in the USA for investigating these accusations, Ukrainian News report. Vysochanski refused to appeal against Bangkok courtís decision to extradite him to the US. ďVysochanski decided not to appeal in view of Thailand courtís decision about his extradition to the USĒ, informed press-cutting service of the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Extradition will happen during 2 months.
As is known, Thailand didnít agree with requirement of the USA to deliver up Ukrainian citizen Maxim Vysochanski-Kovalchuck. He is charged with numerous computer crimes in the US. Half a year the court of Thailand capital examined case of arrested in may 25 year old Maxim Vysochanski-Kovalchuck. Ukrainian is accused of violating copyright, money launder, unlicensed software distribution via the Internet and other computer crimes against banks of the US.
25 year old Maxim Vysochanski-Kovalchuck was arrested in Thailand in May, 2003 on request of the US.
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