The US accused Russian of cyberfraud
The defendant in a criminal case faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine.
In the city of Gibsonia, PA, a citizen of Russia, Ilya Kulkov, was convicted in absentia of cyber fraud and money laundering. It is reported by TASS with reference to the Prosecutor's Office of the Western District of the state.
According to investigators, in the period between January and February 2017, Kulkov hacked a computer located at the Pittsburgh national golf club from his home in the Russian Federation and bought many goods in its online stores, ordering delivery to Barnaul.
Under American law, the accused Russian faces up to 20 years in prison and a fine of $250.000. Kulkov's whereabouts are unknown.
Redistribution on Ai-Petri plateau: demolition of facilities worth 1 billion, no compensation, and arm of Sberbank
One and a half years after the demolition of Tatar cafes on the Ai-Petri plateau, their owners are trying to sue the promised compensation from the Crimean government, but to no avail: the courts make decisions not in favor of them. They did not get the promised new land for business either. And all because in May 2017 a banal replotting and destruction of a cluster of small and medium-sized businesses was carried out on Ai-Petri. But cafes and retail outlets still function there: also with a national flavor, but different already. The CrimeRussia tried to figure out who and why demolished some joints for the sake of building by others, and how in the near future they plan to use the mountain pearl.
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