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SDNY Aviram Azari Denied
Computer Hacking After Delay
of 2 Years Now April 13

By Matthew
Russell Lee,
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SDNY COURTHOUSE,
March 14 –
Charged

with computer
hacking,
Aviran Arazi
was arrested
at New York’s
JFK Airport on
September 29,
2019 at 5:30
am. He was
presented and
pled not
guilty before
U.S. District
Court for the
Southern
District of
New York
Magistrate
Judge Kevin N.
Fox on
September 30.

 

He had
retained paid
counsel, who
while
consenting to
Azari’s
detention
pending
putting
together a
bail package
to be
presented to
SDNY District
Judge John G.
Koeltl asked
for medical
attention to
his right eye.
“My client is
an Orthodox
Jew,” he said,
requesting
Kosher food
and the
ability to
pray
particularly
during Rosh
Hashana. 

 

The
just-unseal
indictment,
signed by
Magistrated
Judge
Katharine H.
Parker on
August 28 and
wheeled out to
District Judge
Koeltl who
will see Azari
on October 14,
charges that
Azari worked
with
co-conspirators
to hack into
accounts
including by
using
so-called
phishing
emails.

  

It refers to
“successful
intrusions
various
hackers had
accomplished
that month
[July 2018],
including
PURTY.”

Then

the case was
pushed back to
September 30
and time
excluded:
“ORDER as to
Aviram Azari.
The parties
are directed
to appear for
another
conference on
September 30,
2020 at 10:30
A.M. Because a
continuance is
needed to
assure the
effective
assistance of
counsel, to
allow the
defendant time
to review
discovery, and
to allow the
parties to
discuss a
disposition
short of
trial, the
Court
prospectively
excludes the
time from
today, July
31, 2020,
until
September 30,
2020, from
Speedy Trial
Act
calculations.
The Court
finds that the
ends of
justice served
by granting
the
continuance
outweigh the
best interests
of the
defendant and
the public in
a speedy
trial. This
Order is
entered
pursuant to 18
U.S.C. §
3161(h)(7)(A).
Time excluded
from 7/31/2020
until
9/30/2020.
(Signed by
Judge John G.
Koeltl on
7/31/2020)

 September

30, 2020 was a
full year
after he was
presented
before Judge
Fox.

 Then

more: In April
2021, this:
“ORDER as to
Aviram Azari:
At the request
of the
defendant, the
conference
scheduled for
April 16, 2021
is adjourned
until June 14,
2021 at 9 am.
The
continuance is
needed to
assure
effective
assistance of
counsel, given
the complexity
of the case
and the
voluminous
record.
Therefore, the
Court
prospectively
excludes the
time from
today, April
15, 2021,
until June 14,
2021, from
Speedy Trial
Act
calculations.”

Now

on June 14,
2021, this:
“SPEEDY TRIAL
ORDER as to
Aviram Azari.
The parties
are directed
to appear for
a conference
on Monday,
August 9,
2021, at
9:00am, before
the Honorable
John G.
Koeltl. The
Court
prospectively
excludes the
time from
today until
August 9, 2021
in calculating
the speedy
trial date
under 18
U.S.C. 3161 in
order to
assure
effective
assistance of
counsel and
because the
ends of
justice served
by ordering
such a
continuance
outweigh the
best interest
of the public
and the
defendant in a
speedy trial
pursuant to 18
U.S.C. §
3161(h)
(7)(A). Time
excluded from
6/11/2021
until
8/9/2021.
(Signed by
Judge John G.
Koeltl on
6/11/2021).”

As

it turned out,
there was a
conference
held on
October 5,
2021 and Inner
City Press
covered it.
There was
consecutive
interpretation
by a Hebrew
interpreter
and another
conference was
set for
December 7.
Defense
counsel was
given best
wishes for his
medical
procedure.

On

March 14,
2022, this:
“SPEEDY TRIAL
ORDER as to
Aviram Azari.
The parties
are directed
to appear for
a conference
on Wednesday,
April 13,
2022, at
11:00am, in
Courtroom 14A,
before the
Honorable John
G. Koeltl.
Because the
additional
time to
schedule a
conference in
this matter is
due to the
unavailability
of the
parties, the
Court
prospectively
excludes the
time from
today until
April 13,
2022.”

Inner

City Press
will continue
to follow this
case. It is US

v. Azari,
19-cr-610
(Koeltl). 


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