Roman Seleznev, a convicted cybercriminal, appears in a photo taken from his cellphone by U.S. authorities. Seleznev faces a possible 40-year U.S. jail term. He is one of a growing number of Russian hackers brought to justice by U.S. prosecutors.
Roman Seleznev, a convicted cybercriminal, appears in a photo taken from his cellphone by U.S. authorities. Seleznev faces a possible 40-year U.S. jail term. He is one of a growing number of Russian hackers brought to justice by U.S. prosecutors. US Dept. of Justice
Roman Seleznev, a convicted cybercriminal, appears in a photo taken from his cellphone by U.S. authorities. Seleznev faces a possible 40-year U.S. jail term. He is one of a growing number of Russian hackers brought to justice by U.S. prosecutors. US Dept. of Justice

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