Nintendo says the defendant is also instructing players on how to use the illegal components "in a manner least likely to be caught or arouse suspicion."
Legal paper filings can be read in the attached PDF below. Mr. 'Mikel Euskaldunak' was selling modded NES Classic Min’s pre-loaded with over 800 ROM’s for only just $15 dollars more above the official retail price. He was also selling Switch units with 'payload' injector dongles and including some pirated Switch games on an MicroSD card. - Doubly wrong, and most likely will be found guilty on 9 charges.
Like when Sony went after PSJailbreak and GeoHot, they have added on '100' John Doe's to this court filing, so if they get a 'ruling' they can then change the 'John Does' to real people once they have trace them down and figured out their names, etc.
NEWS SOURCE: Nintendo Sues California Man for Allegedly Rigging Consoles and Pirating Games (via) HollywoodReporter