Dotcom extradition stream
Mega-man Kim Dotcom will be allowed to stream his testimony in the case involving his impending extradition to the US over allegations of copyright infringement, money laundering, and racketeering.
Use the live stream to find and expose US Govt misconduct & lies in my case. I'll retweet your research & videos. Let's have some justice!— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) August 30, 2016
Dotcom has been fighting the extradition, arguing that the US government has no jurisdiction over his case and accusing the government of being a "bully" in its attempts to bring him and other Mega operators in for trial.
The stream will be allowed to stay up until the end of the hearings, at which point the judge somehow believes it can then be scrubbed from the internet. ®
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