Russian Lawmaker’s Son Called Prolific Hacker at U.S. Trial

  • 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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