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Kim Dotcom extradition legal battle in Supreme Court coming to an end

New Zealand Herald Sunday, 16 June 2019
Kim Dotcom extradition legal battle in Supreme Court coming to an endWhether New Zealand can extradite Kim Dotcom and his Megaupload former colleagues for something that is not a crime here is the centre of today's Supreme Court hearing.A mammoth legal fight over the extradition, spanning seven years...
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