If convicted, Dubnikov would have spent up to 20 years in prison. But this February, he plead guilty to “conspiracy to commit money laundering,” and on April, 11, Dubnikov was sentenced for imprisonment of the time served, meaning, he will be released on parole. Dubnikov was also ordered to forfeit $2,000, according to the court case documents.
Ryuk Ransomware Gang’s Crypto Broker Gets Light Sentence After a Guilty Plea
Written by Bankerage Published on April 18, 2023