Georgia has given Russians the US Secret service


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Georgia extradited to the US of Russian Andrey Tyurin, the American authorities suspect in the hacking. This is stated in the press release of the US Secret service.

“The secret service, in conjunction with the Federal Bureau of investigation and the U.S. attorney’s office, announce the extradition of the Russian hacker responsible for a large-scale hacking campaign, including the largest ever theft of customer data by a U.S. financial institution,” — says the Agency.

35-year-old Muscovite was detained by Georgian police at the request of the United States. He is preparing to file charges on ten items, some of which he faces up to 30 years in prison. In aggregate, the maximum he faces up to 97 years of imprisonment.

In March, the United States was taken from the Czech Republic of Russian Evgeny Nikulin, who is also suspected of illegally obtaining access data from LinkedIn and Dropbox servers and Formspring. He refused to plead guilty and was sent for psychiatric observation.

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