Lauri Love Case: Alleged Hacker Wins Extradition Appeal

Lauri Love Case: Alleged Hacker Wins Extradition Appeal

Lauri Love Case: Alleged Hacker Wins Extradition Appeal

They appealed against a 2016 British court ruling in favour of extradition, subsequently signed off by interior minister Amber Rudd.

Mr Love, 33, from Stradishall, Suffolk, was first arrested in October 2013 on suspicion of hacking into FBI, US Central Bank and Nasa systems. His lawyers said it would be "unjust and oppressive" to send him to the U.S.to face trial.

Imprisonment and a trial in England wouldn't be "oppressive" and would pose much less of a suicide risk because he would be close to loved ones.

The judges urged the Crown Prosecution Service to work with U.S. authorities because of "the gravity of the allegations in this case, and the harm done to the victims".

Computer security expert and engineering student Lauri Love will not be extradited to the U.S.to face hacking charges, a British judge ruled on Monday.

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Love's lawyers had claimed the 33-year-old, who has Asperger's syndrome and suffers from depression, would face "medieval conditions" in the USA prison system, which is unequipped to support him, and argued that extradition would harm the alleged hacker's mental health and physical well-being.

The judges said the Crown Prosecution Service "must now bend its endeavors to his prosecution, with the assistance to be expected from the authorities in the United States, recognising the gravity of the allegations in this case, and the harm done to the victims".

"If proven, these are serious offenses indeed", the judges added.

The Crown Prosecution Service and USA prosecutors have 14 days to request an appeal hearing before the U.K. Supreme Court.

"The reason I've gone through this ordeal is not just to save myself from being kidnapped and locked up for 99 years in a country I've never visited, but it's to set a precedent whereby this will not happen to other people in the future", Love said outside court.

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"This decision is important for the appropriate administration of criminal justice and also for the humanitarian accommodation of people whose brains work differently", he said. "There is an ongoing problem with people with autism in the justice system - they have actually been debating it in Westminster Hall".

Liberty, a UK-based human rights group, also said it was "delighted" by the decision.

"This was always a case that could have been prosecuted here and it's shameful that Lauri and his family have been put through this bad ordeal", she said.

May blocked McKinnon's extradition the United States on charges of hacking offenses due to similar medical conditions.

However, his supporters had warned if he was extradited there was a "high risk" he would kill himself.

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British judges on Monday agreed to block the extradition to the United States of a man accused of hacking into thousands of American government computers in a ruling that could set a precedent for similar pending cases. As we have pointed out, the CPS did not intervene to say that prosecution in England was inappropriate.

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