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Czech Const. Court suspends possibility of Nikulin's extradition

March 13th, 2018

Suspected Russian hacker Yevgeniy Nikulin cannot be extradited for prosecution abroad for now as the Czech Constitutional Court (US) has suspended the implementation of a Prague court's decision on the extradition admissibility pending its own decision on Nikulin's complaint. The Constitutional Court decided on the adjournment in February, and the decision appeared in the database of its verdicts on Tuesday. If Nikulin had not turned to the court with his complaint, his extradition would have now depended only on the decision on Justice Minister Robert Pelikan (ANO), since the Prague Municipal Court ruled last year that he can be extradited to either of the two countries that had applied for it.


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