A Russian with close ties to the Kremlin decided to take a ski vacation to Switzerland with his family on his private jet.
That was a big mistake, considering he was in the crosshairs of the FBI.
Hacking and insider trading charges were unsealed Monday in Boston against Russian businessman Vladislav Klyushin after the United States secured his extradition from Switzerland. He had been arrested after stepping off the plane in March. Russia had urged the Swiss government not to send him to the U.S., according to Russian state media.
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