Alexander Vinnik was extradited to France, where he is accused of defrauding over 100 people between 2016 and 2018.
Prosecutors in Paris are petitioning to start the trial of digital currency money laundering suspect Alexander Vinnik.
Russia has requested the home detention of alleged fraudster Alexander Vinnik amid concerns over COVID-19.
Vinnik’s lawyer claims that Greece has some political and vested interests against her client, adding that he was on arbitrary detention against the Greek laws.
Vinnik was reportedly extradited to France secretly without his lawyers or family being informed and while he was very weak after a month-long hunger strike
The children of Alexander Vinnik have filed a complaint in a Greek court alleging that their father’s rights have been violated and to stop his extradition
Greek’s top court has suspended the extradition of Alexander Vinnik, the man alleged to have been behind BTC-e cryptocurrency exchange.
Alleged BTC-e operator Alexander Vinnik is to be extradited to France after 17 months of detention in Greece. The Russian government is very displeased.
Trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi has asked the U.S. justice department to provide more details on its investigation into Alexander Vinnik, which ultimately led to BTC-e’s closure.
Alexander Vinnik and his company face serious charges, and he could spend the next 55 years in prison.