Accused Russian hacker should pay defense cost, prosecutors say
Mike Carter reports:
Federal prosecutors have taken the rare step of challenging the appointment of publicly funded lawyers to represent accused Russian hacker Roman Seleznev and have asked a judge to order Seleznev to reimburse the government for his defense.[…]
As proof, the government provided the court with photographs of stacks of cash and luxury cars found on Seleznev’s phone and computer when he was arrested on July 5 while vacationing in the Maldives, a tiny chain of islands in the Indian Ocean.
Read more on The Seattle Times.
Well, sure, if he can afford a tropical vacation…