Thomson Reuters employee Keys will fight criminal charges -defense lawyer
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15 (Reuters) - Suspended Thomson Reuters employee Matthew Keys, indicted Thursday on federal hacking charges involving the group Anonymous, "maintains his innocence," his attorney told Reuters on Friday.
New York-based attorney Tor Ekeland said Keys "looks forward to contesting these baseless charges."
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