Russian Lawmaker’s Son Called Prolific Hacker at U.S. TrialBy
Seleznev charged with 40 counts in stolen credit card scheme
Russian ministry accused U.S. of kidnapping him in Maldives
The son of a Russian lawmaker became one of the most successful traffickers of stolen credit cards by hacking into Seattle pizza shops and retailers around the globe, a U.S. prosecutor told a jury.
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