Thursday, September 30, 2010

Zeus Defendants Denied Bail in U.K. Court

Jeremy Kirk writes on ComputerWorld:

Eleven Eastern Europeans arrested earlier this week for their alleged involvement in a computer hacking and money laundering scheme were denied bail in the U.K. on Thursday.

The U.K. actions were mirrored in the U.S. where the Department of Justice said it had also made arrests in connection with the Zeus botnets.

District Judge Alan Baldwin of Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court in London said some of the defendants were flight risks. Their cases have been referred to Southwark Crown Court.

More serious criminal cases are referred to crown courts rather than held in magistrates' courts in the U.K.

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