Russian hacker Nikulin admits no guilt in US court
Yevgeniy Nikulin was arrested in Prague in October 2016 at the request of the FBI and was held in Prague's Pankrác prison.
Russian Yevgeniy Nikulin, accused of hacking social networks, including LinkedIn, by the US, refused to admit his guilt. RIA Novosti quotes his lawyer Arkady Buch. "The client refused to admit guilt," he says, commenting on the results of the hearings.
According to him, the judge has determined the schedule of the further process and other formalities. "This whole process ends with a jury trial, which is scheduled for January 28, 2019, at 7:30 am," the lawyer states.
Recall, Nikulin was arrested in Prague in October 2016 at the request of the FBI and was held in Prague's Pankrác prison. He is charged with hacker attacks on the US companies websites committed in 2012. Later, the Czech authorities extradited the Russian to the US.
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