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Russian hacker to be extradited to U.S. out of Israel, Higher court rules

The Israeli Supreme Court on Sunday rejected a Russian hacker’s Request and Accepted his extradition to the United States of America.

Alexei Burkove was detained in 2015 while visiting Israel and is desired at the U.S. on a feeling of cybercrimes.

The Russian hacker’s destiny is associated with an Israeli girl who had been detained in Russia in April. Nama Issachar, who had been detained after authorities discovered nine grams of cannabis in her bag when traveling at the Moscow airport.

Issachar has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison at what’s viewed in Israel for the Russians to stress the authorities to not extradite Burkov into the U.S.

Even the Israeli Supreme Court also rejected Burkov’s petition to be moved to Russia and function some sentencing there, stating, “That is as it isn’t based on any explanation of regulation that requires the State of Israel to achieve that.”