HIV data leak: Mikhy Farrera Brochez pleads not guilty in US court

Chris Kenning reports the latest development in a case this site has been following since January (search “Brochez” for other coverage).

Mikhy Farrera Brochez on Tuesday (Mar 19) pleaded not guilty in a US federal court in Kentucky to charges related to stolen identification documents from Singapore’s HIV registry, according to his lawyer Jay Oakley.

The American, who is accused of sharing the personal data of thousands of people from the registry, had earlier been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges including trying to extort the Singapore Government.

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