In an article in ComputerWorld, Robert McMillan explains that Sergey Valeryevich Storchark -- a Ukrainian national known online as "Fidel" -- was arrested in New Delhi, India, as he deplaned from a flight from Goa for layover before a flight to Turkey. Storchark stands accused of selling tens of millions of stolen credit card numbers on an online forum called DumpsMarket. Storchark allegedly got the numbers from Albert Gonzalez who, along with at least ten accomplices, obtained the numbers by hacking into nine U.S. retailers including TJX, Dave and Buster's, Office Max, and DSW. The case is considered the single largest and most complex identity theft case in U.S. history. Several of the alleged accomplices remain out of the reach of U.S. law enforcement because it's often next-to-impossible to extradite suspected hackers from countries such as Ukraine and Russia.