Lauri Love wins battle against extradition to US for alleged cyber attacks
A man accused of launching cyber attacks on targets including the FBI, US Army, Nasa and Department of Defence has won his battle against being extradited to the US. The High Court ruled that Lauri Love should be tried in Britain after Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett and Mr Justice Ouseley heard he suffered severe mental illness and could kill himself. “If proven, these are serious offences indeed,” their judgement said. “The experience of imprisonment in England would be significantly different for Mr Love from what he would face in the United States.