Internet Fraud Case Brought Under Law In New Zealand

Internet Fraud Case In New ZealandOn Sunday, New Zealand police figured out inconsistent details of the suspected kingpin of a online copyright theft case. Kim Dotcom alias Kim Schmitz, a German national, was one among the 4 men arrested on January, a day prior to his 38th birthday. The details came out in an investigation led by FBI.

The group was charged for engaging in a plot for taking above $500 million away from the copyright holders and generating over $175 million from the subscriptions.

A police official described that dozens of officers, carried by helicopters, circumscribed the mansion as Dotcom declined to let them enter. Eventually, the scene appeared as a high-octane spy drama casted by policemen in the rural New Zealand.

“Mr Dotcom breached into the house & activated several electronic-locking mechanisms,” claimed Grant Wormald, Detective Inspector from the Organised & Financial Crime Agency of New Zealand. Dotcom stalled himself in a safe room when police broke the locks.

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