A Suffolk man is just weeks away from an extradition hearing - and a potential 99 year prison sentence - after being accused of hacking into the FBI, NASA, Federal Reserve Bank and the US Army.
Lauri Love, who's a political activist from Stadishall near Newmarket, is fighting moves by the US to get him to face trial there.
He's accused of taking part in a so-called 'hacktivist' protest against the government by the group Anonymous in 2013
He was first arrested two and half years ago but has been told he's unlikely to face any charges in Britain.
Lauri's extradition hearing is at the end of June with a decision expected in July.
Serena Sandhu has been to meet him. Here's her report: