U.S. runs a dam Kim Dotcom extradition

The United States is one more step to bring Kim Dotcom its banks.

The Court of Appeal of New Zealand ruled today that the U.S. government will not be required to submit all their evidence against Kim Dotcom to obtain his extradition to the United States. A summary of the case, the judges ruled, nicely.

The Wall Street Journal was the first to report the decision.

Dotcom had been hoping to force the U.S. government to present all of its evidence against him before he could move forward with hope to extradite him to New Zealand. For over a year now, the United States tried to extradite the controversial founder MegaUpload, alleging that he was the mastermind behind an operation that allows users to store pirated movies, music and other media illegally.Dotcom taken to his Twitter account today railing against the court's decision, stating that "the struggle continues". He said he will then take his fight to the Supreme Court of New Zealand.

"Am I disappointed with today's decision?" Dotcom asked. "YES. Do "good faith" and "U.S. Govt go together? NOT. Will I sleep like a baby tonight innocent? Yes. '

Today's decision is a little more than a month after Dotcom has announced the launch of Mega, MegaUpload monitoring that allows encrypted file storage cloud. As Megaupload, Mega drew the ire of copyright owners and the United States
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