Anakata in court: Hearsay instead of evidence

The Danish court case against Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg got another bizarre twist this week: The police has no evidence.

According the police and prosecutor have had no access to any actual evidence or to the alleged hacked IT equipment–in the most extensive hacking case in Danish history.

All information comes directly from the company supposedly being hacked, CSC.

It is absurd that this high profile court case seems to rely–totally–on blind trust in information given by one of the involved parties, on hearsay.

The phrase “trust us” has a rather hollow ring to it, comming from a company with close connections to US intelligence organisations, such as the NSA and the CIA.

This strange case just got even stranger.

Links: (in Danish) »
Background to the Anakata case »


2 Responses to Anakata in court: Hearsay instead of evidence

  1. sina November 13, 2014 at 3:10 am #

    Anakata in court: Hearsay instead of evidence – Henrik “HAX” Alexandersson good articles


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