Detention Sought For Alleged Chinese Hacker Upon Extradition

Law360, Washington (March 6, 2015, 5:28 PM EST) -- The United States will seek early detention for a Chinese national accused of trying to hack into computers belonging to The Boeing Co. and other U.S. companies upon his extradition from Canada and ahead of his trial, according to recent court documents that say 49-year-old Su Bin poses public safety and flight risks.

Without detaining Su, no condition can reasonably assure either "the appearance of the defendant as required" or the "safety of any other person and the community" upon his extradition from Canada, where he was arrested last July on conspiracy charges, Assistant U.S. Attorney Anthony J. Lewis said in...

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