NZ lawyers spent 29,334 hours and $3M-plus trying to prosecute Kim Dotcom

18 11 2015

Ars Technica

September 19, 2015

Nathan Mattise

Kim Dotcom’s oft-delayed extradition hearing is slated to begin on Monday, nearly three years and 10 months since the infamous raid of Dotcom’s New Zealand mansion. Over that time span, Dotcom’s legal team has managed to drag out the affair through 10 extradition hearing delays and various other legal maneuvering. And according to some number crunching from the New Zealand Herald (confirmed by the Crown Law Office, the NZ prosecutors representing the US there), Dotcom’s trials and tribulations have cost NZ taxpayers nearly NZ$5.8 million in legal fees (or approximately $3.7 million).



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