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According to a Department of Justice press statement, the United States has deported a suspected bitcoin money launderer from the Netherlands.
Russian national Denis Mihaqloviv Dubnikov, 29, made his initial court appearance on Wednesday in federal court in Portland, Oregon. A five-day jury trial is set to start on October 4. According to the DOJ announcement, Dubnikov may get up to 20 years in prison if found guilty.
According to court records cited by the DOJ, Dubnikov and his associates allegedly laundered ransom payments taken from Ryuk ransomware attack victims.
To hide the nature, source, location, ownership, and control of the ransom proceeds, the DOJ release claimed that Ryuk actors, Dubnikov and his co-conspirators, and other participants in the scheme engaged in various financial transactions, including international financial transactions.
A ransomware program called Ryuk has attacked thousands of victims worldwide.
According to allegations, Dubnikov laundered more than $400,000 in Ryuk ransom money. The DOJ asserts that those implicated in the scheme “laundered at least $70 million in ransom proceeds.”
Numerous agencies are handling the case. Dubnikov’s extradition was handled by the Justice Department’s Office of International Affairs, which coordinated its actions with the task force the department established to fight ransomware and digital extortion threats. The FBI’s Portland Field Office is looking into the case.