A Spanish court has allowed the extradition in the USA the Russian programmer Lisova

Stanislav Lisov

A court in Spain has agreed to give USA the Russian programmer of the detainee Stanislaw Lisova. On Tuesday, August 1, reports TASS with reference to the statement of the National court of the Kingdom.

The judicial Agency said that the US is demanding his extradition “on suspicion in actions related to the development and use of malicious software.”

The lawyer of Russian citizen Oleg Gubarev said that he will appeal this decision because, according to him, the reason for this is more than enough. In his opinion, the decision of the Spanish court does not account for any of the defense arguments.

On 13 July it was reported that the foxes sent a letter to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with the request to bring the situation under control and prevent his extradition to the United States.

“I beg you for help, to take control of my situation and to understand the unfairness, the shocking facts of lawlessness on the part of the US to Russian citizen. My appeal to you is my last hope,” wrote foxes.

The Russian was detained in Spain on January 13. U.S. law enforcement authorities suspect him in the development of the NeverQuest malware used to steal banking credentials. March 14, the U.S. side handed over to the authorities of the Kingdom of the documents necessary for extradition of the programmer.