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Due process and the Megaupload case

Feds to fugitive principals of file-storage website: if you resist extradition, we’ll seize your assets and you have no right to offer evidence they were innocently obtained. Cato has filed an amicus brief in the Fourth Circuit arguing that the government is overstepping the defendants’ rights [Ilya Shapiro] Tags: crime and punishment, forfeiture Due process and the Megaupload case is a
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