The government-backed 'Le.Taxi' isn't a real threat — yet.
Megaupload founder and three co-defendants are a step closer to US jail cell.
The Mega founder now has the cash to fight his case for much, much longer.
The former Megaupload founder is claiming he never said he was "evil."
Kim Dotcom's lawyers say the prosecution is guilty of misconduct.
Prosecutor Christine Gordon says the Megaupload execs are not as poor as they want the judge to believe.
Dotcom's lawyer Ira Rothken testified that his client needs some of his assets unfrozen or he can't afford to fight the case.
Former Megaupload execs say they can't pay for legal assistance.