NZ Supreme Court Denies Kim Dotcom Access to U.S. Evidence

Kim Dotcom and his alleged Megaupload co-conspirators have been denied access to the evidence gathered by U.S. authorities against them. Megaupload’s legal team argued that this information is essential to mount a solid defense, but the Supreme Court ruled that full disclosure is not required under New Zealand law.Since Megaupload was shut down two years ago, Kim Dotcom and several of his colleagues have been wanted by the United States, each standing accused of copyright infringement related crimes.Despite the severity of the charges, Megaupload’s legal team does not have insight into all of the relevant documents the U.S. Government relied upon to arrive at its conclusions.

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