RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty reports:
A court in Moscow has refused to grant early release to the leader of a group believed to be behind the hacking of high-profile Internet accounts, including the Twitter account of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
The Lefortovo District Court on January 12 rejected a motion for the release on parole for Vladimir Anikeyev, the leader of Shaltai-Boltai — Russian for Humpty Dumpty. The hearing was held behind closed doors as some materials in the case are classified.
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