Will Russia extradict their alleged hackers?

Washington Post:
Justice Dept. indicts Russian spies in breach of 500 million Yahoo accounts

The Justice Department announced the indictments of two Russian spies and two criminal hackers for the 2014 heist. The indictments mark the first criminal cyber charges ever brought against Russian government officials and are part of the largest hacking case brought by the United States.
I suspect that like the Chicoms, they see these people as too important to their objectives to let them face trial.  But a refusal will make it more difficult for sanctions to be lifted against their regime.  Perhaps the Russian government also fears they might strike a deal with the US DOJ.

Bill Gertz reports that one of the alleged hackers was arrested in Canada.

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