The Ukrainian hacker caught in Turkey will put for 72 years?

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To the Ukrainian hacker Maxim Yastremsky detained last year in Antalya on charge of cyberfraud, threatens from 24 to 72 years of imprisonment, report in the Turkish mass media.

Charge was prepared by the prosecutor of local court, including on the basis of information of intelligence services of the USA which put him on the international wanted list in due time.
In particular, allegedly, Americans accuse the Ukrainian hacker that he earned by an illegal way about $10 million and placed them on accounts in 13 banks of various countries. Only in Turkey claims to the Ukrainian have 12 bank structures, and all of them are under construction on charge of misappropriation of money with use of computers, writes "UNIAN".

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