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Tornado Cash Roman Storm Asks Trial Delay into 2025 After Sought Dutch MLATs

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

SDNY COURTHOUSE, July 5 – Roman Storm is charged using his cryptocurrency mixed Tornado Cash to help launder money for North Korea's hackers in the Lazarus Group.

On September 6, 2023 he was arraigned before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Katherine Polk Failla. Inner City Press was there - thread:

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On December 5, Judge Failla docketed the trial schedule: "SCHEDULING ORDER as to Roman Storm, Roman Semenov. It is hereby ORDERED that the following trial schedule will be in effect: Trial will be set to begin on September 23, 2024, at 9:00 a.m." Full scheduling order on Patreon here

On March 29, 2024, Storm through counsel submitted motions to suppress and to compel discovery, including into MLATs with The Netherlands, and FinCEN and OFAC communications. Memo/motion on Patreon here

On July 5, a court holiday, Storm's lawyer filed an opposed request for a delay into 2025 of the trial: "We write on behalf of our client Roman Storm to respectfully request that the Court grant a continuance of the trial date from September 23, 2024 to late January or February 2025. This is Mr. Storm’s first request for an adjournment of his trial date. The government opposes a continuance. The defense has been preparing diligently for trial; however, to ensure Mr. Storm has a fair trial, an adjournment to early 2025 is necessary." Letter on Patreon here.

The case is US v. Storm, et al., 23-cr-430 (Failla)


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