United States vs. Babichenko, et. al., 1:18-CR-00258-EJL
- Pavel Babichenko
- Piotr Babichenko
- Timofey Babichenko
- Gennady Babitchenko
- Natalya Babichenko
- Kristina Babichenko
- Artur Pupko
- David Bibikov
- Mikhail Iyerusalimets
- Anna Iyerusalimets
From approximately 2008 through 2018, Pavel Babichenko, Piotr Babichenko, Timofey Babichenko, Gennady Babitchenko, Natalya Babichenko, Kristina Babichenko, Artur Pupko, David Bibikov, Mikhail Iyerusalimets, and Anna Iyerusalimets, along with other known and unknown conspirators, engaged in a scheme to purchase counterfeit electronic goods—primarily Apple iPhones and Samsung cellular products—which they then resold as genuine and new through online platforms such as Amazon and eBay. The defendants operated over a hundred separate business entities to sell their counterfeit goods online to thousands of customers.
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Trial Reset: The trial in this case has been rescheduled to begin on July 29, 2019 at 1:30 PM MST in the Federal Courthouse in Boise, Idaho.
Detention Hearings: Pavel Babichenko, Gennady Babitchenko, Piotr Babichenko and Timofey Babichenko are scheduled for detention hearings on August 28, 2018, before Judge Bush in Courtroom 7 at the Federal Courthouse, 550 W. Fort Street, Boise, Idaho.
Arraignment: All defendants are scheduled to be arraigned on August 23, 2018, before Judge Bush in Courtroom 7 at the Federal Courthouse, 550 W. Fort Street, Boise, Idaho.
Indictment: On August 14, 2018, a federal grand jury returned a thirty-four count indictment.
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