Dotcom’s Frozen Funds Partially Thawed by New Zealand CourtWired
Aug. 29, 2012
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AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has racked up another legal victory, as a High Court Judge ruled in his favour on Wednesday in New Zealand, giving him access to $4.83 million of his frozen funds.
Dotcom told Wired that the news is “great and fair to us.”
“We now have funds to pay New Zealand lawyers,” Dotcom said.