Kim Dotcom’s Lawyer: Megaupload is a Persecution Target of Hollywood, U.S. Govt
Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom is a victim of Hollywood-induced persecution, with significant aids coming from the United States and New Zealand governments, the U.S defence lawyer of the internet tycoon said earlier this week.

Kim Schmitz aka Kim Dotcom, founder of, was the top ranked player of "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" in the world before being arrested by the New Zealand police on January 20.

Till a few days ago, Kim Dotcom who played under the name "Megaracer," held the No1 MW3 player tag among Xbox gamers in the world. Now the title has been captured by another game enthusiast, Arazos.

Kim Dotcom has piled up 180,980 kills so far with only 86,241 deaths on the popular first-person shooter game MW3.

MW3 is a popular video game with more than 15 million users in Xbox Live.

Thirty-eight-year-old Kim Dotcom, arrested for allegedly violating online piracy laws, was denied bail by a New Zealand judge on January 25.

The arrest was made at the request of the U.S. authorities. Three employees of Megaupload other than the founder were also arrested by the New Zealand authorities while three more remain at large.