A few days ago Seleznev wrote a letter to U.S. District Judge Richard Jones, admitting his crimes.
Roman Seleznev, the son of a Russian lawmaker, wrote an 11-page handwritten letter to U.S. District Judge Richard Jones, admitting his hacking activities in the U.S., and asking for forgiveness.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that was previously approved by both chambers of Russian parliament. It gives judges the right to restrict broadcasting from court sessions.
On Thursday, January 19, the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation announced the decision regarding the case of Yukos.
Court in Vladivostok ruled to destroy the Bible and the Gospel in the Synodal Translation, says Credo.Ru referencing a representative of the organization Salvation Army.
Investigators accuse Nurlan Gadjiev of “financing terrorism” for transferring 2000 rubles (approx. $35 – RRT) to his friend in Turkey.
Russian citizen Oksana Sevastidi was sentenced to 7 years in prison on charges of treason. The cause for the prosecution was several text messages that she sent in 2008, shortly before the war with Georgia.
Krasninsky Court of Smolensk region arrested 9.3 billion rubles (approx. $140 million – RRT) on bank accounts of the Russian branch of IKEA.
Basmanny court sanctioned the arrest of Vladimir Yevdokimov, the Executive Director of the quality assurance of the state corporation Roscosmos.
On September 23, Tverskoy District Court of Moscow found Victor Kapitonov guilty of repeated violation of the organization of public events.