Stepan Kravchenko, Erik Larson, and Bob Van Voris report:
An American fugitive who is accused of conspiring to organize the largest known cyber attack on Wall Street arrived back home in the U.S. from Russia, resolving months of negotiations at a moment of high tension over hacking between Moscow and Washington.
Joshua Aaron pleaded not guilty in a Manhattan courtroom Wednesday evening to 16 criminal counts, including hacking, securities fraud and conspiracy. The most serious charges carry a possible sentence of as long as 20 years in prison.
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