Nearly 4 years after raid, Dotcom loses bid to delay extradition hearing

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and his co-defendants have lost their bid to have their extradition hearing delayed yet again, the Court of Appeal of New Zealand ruled on Monday.

As of now, the hearing is set for September 21, 2015—the tenth time this hearing has been scheduled.

“We are in the process of preparing for the September 21st extradition hearing,” Ira Rothken, Dotcom’s lead global counsel, told Ars. However, Rothken explained that Dotcom’s New Zealand-based lawyers plan to try to delay even further.

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