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Dotcom "evil" line deliberate mistranslation: lawyer

For more than a month, a judge has been hearing arguments about whether Kim Dotcom and his co-accused should be sent to the United States to face criminal charges over their part in the running of file sharing website Megaupload. US extradition evidence quoting Kim Dotcom calling his company “evil” is among a series of deliberately shoddy translations designed to slander the tech mogul, his lawyer says. On Monday, Dotcom's lawyer Ron Mansfield finally began giving evidence as to why the men shouldn't be turned over to the US, saying the US had deliberately used bad translations of German messages between the accused men to create a "cherry-picked" case.
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