Lauri Love case: US abandons extradition case – BBC News

Posted February 20th, 2018 in appeals, computer crime, extradition, news by sally

‘Efforts to extradite alleged computer hacker Lauri Love have been abandoned by US authorities.’

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BBC News, 19th February 2018

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UK high court refuses Turkey extradition due to overcrowded prisons – The Guardian

Posted February 16th, 2018 in extradition, fugitive offenders, news, prisons by sally

‘The high court in London has refused to return an absconding British prisoner to Turkey on the grounds that the country’s jails are so overcrowded they are unsafe following the 2016 attempted coup.’

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The Guardian, 15th February 2018

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Sweden tried to drop Assange extradition in 2013, CPS emails show – The Guardian

Posted February 12th, 2018 in Crown Prosecution Service, extradition, foreign jurisdictions, news, warrants by tracey

‘Swedish prosecutors attempted to drop extradition proceedings against Julian Assange as early as 2013, according to a confidential exchange of emails with the Crown Prosecution Service seen by the Guardian.’

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The Guardian, 11th February 2018

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The Forum Bar: it does exist — Bruno Min – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted February 9th, 2018 in choice of forum, computer crime, extradition, jurisdiction, news by tracey

‘n 5th February 2018 the Divisional Court gave judgment in Love v USA [2018] EWHC 172 (Admin), holding that the forum bar operated against the extradition of Lauri Love to the United States to face charges of making a series of cyber-attacks on the computer networks of private companies and US Government agencies. This is the first reported case in which the ‘forum bar’ has been applied to block an extradition.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 9th February 2018

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Julian Assange arrest warrant still stands, court rules – BBC News

Posted February 7th, 2018 in bail, extradition, news, sexual offences, warrants by tracey

‘A UK warrant to arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is still valid, a court has ruled.’

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BBC news, 6th February 2018

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Court to make decision on validity of UK arrest warrant against Julian Assange – The Independent

Posted February 6th, 2018 in bail, extradition, news, warrants by tracey

‘A court decision on whether a UK arrest warrant against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is still valid is due on 6 February.’

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The Independent, 6th February 2018

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British hacker Lauri Love wins fight against extradition to US – Daily Telegraph

Posted February 5th, 2018 in appeals, computer crime, extradition, news by sally

‘British hacker Lauri Love has won his legal battle after fearing he would be extradited to the US.’

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Daily Telegraph, 5th February 2018

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UK court grants £1m bail to man arrested over Sarkozy-Gaddafi inquiry – The Guardian

Posted January 11th, 2018 in bail, extradition, news by tracey

‘A French businessman wanted for questioning in relation to an inquiry into the alleged illegal financing of Nicolas Sarkozy’s 2007 presidential election run by the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been granted £1m bail by the high court in London.’

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The Guardian, 10th January 2018

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Britain rejects request to grant Julian Assange diplomatic status amid reports of Ecuadorean citizenship – Daily Telegraph

Posted January 11th, 2018 in asylum, citizenship, diplomats, embassies, extradition, news by tracey

‘The Foreign Office turned down a request from the Ecuadorian government to grant Julian Assange diplomatic status, amid reports the WikiLeaks founder may have received citizenship from the Andean country.’

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Daily Telegraph, 11th January 2018

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Ex-priest Laurence Soper guilty of sexually abusing boys – BBC News

Posted December 7th, 2017 in clergy, extradition, news, sexual offences by michael

‘Laurence Soper, 74, was extradited to face 19 charges of indecent and serious sexual assault against 10 former pupils at the independent St Benedict’s School in Ealing, where he taught.’

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BBC News, 6th December 2017

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British firm battling to stop ‘billion dollar brain’ being deported to China after computer code theft – The Independent

Posted November 17th, 2017 in computer crime, extradition, news by tracey

‘Investment fund bosses are trying to stop the deportation of an analyst convicted of stealing millions of pounds worth of computer codes.’

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The Independent, 16th November 2017

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Public Law Podcast Seminar on Radicalisation Part 3: Detention – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted November 2nd, 2017 in asylum, detention, EC law, extradition, news, regulations by tracey

‘Detention and the common European Asylum System – Alasdair Henderson and Suzanne Lambert

The highlights of the Public Law Seminar given by members of 1 Crown Office Row are now available for podcast download here or from iTunes under Law Pod UK, Episodes 13, 14 and 15. For ease of reference the following three posts set out the introductions to each of the presentations and the case citations.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 27th October 2017

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Sadistic killer Jason Marshall jailed for 39 years – BBC News

Posted September 27th, 2017 in extradition, imprisonment, murder, news, sentencing, torture by tracey

‘Sadistic killer Jason Marshall, who was filmed murdering a man during a bondage sex session, has been jailed for 39 years.’

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BBC News, 26th September 2017

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Briton accused of cyber attacks extradited from Germany – BBC News

Posted August 31st, 2017 in banking, computer crime, extradition, news by tracey

‘A man accused of launching cyber attacks against two of the UK’s largest banks has been extradited from Germany, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said.’

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BBC News, 30th August 2017

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The dawn of a new era in extradition law? – New Law Journal

Posted August 1st, 2017 in EC law, extradition, news, warrants by sally

‘George Hepburne Scott discusses the death of s 2 arguments & the ‘transient state’ of European Arrest Warrants.’

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New Law Journal, 27th July 2017

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First man extradited from Pakistan for over a decade jailed for two murders – Crown Prosecution Service

Posted February 10th, 2017 in extradition, murder, news, Pakistan, sentencing by tracey

‘The first man to be extradited to the UK from Pakistan since 2005 has today (8 February) been jailed for life over the murders of two men in Bradford.’

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Crown Prosecution Service, 8th February 2017

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Alleged people smuggler to be extradited to Greece – BBC News

Posted November 23rd, 2016 in conspiracy, extradition, news, trafficking in human beings by tracey

‘A man accused of being part of an illegal people smuggling ring will be extradited to Greece from the UK, a judge has ruled.’

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BBC News, 22nd November 2016

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Theresa May saved my life – now she’s the only hope for the Human Rights Act – The Guardian

Posted November 16th, 2016 in autism, extradition, human rights, legislation, news by sally

‘It would be tragic if the ladder used to rescue me from extradition was kicked away from the next person who needs it.’

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The Guardian, 15th November 2016

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Hacking suspect Lauri Love criticises justice system – BBC News

Posted November 16th, 2016 in appeals, autism, computer crime, criminal justice, extradition, news by sally

‘An autistic man facing claims he hacked US government computer systems has criticised a ruling to extradite him.’

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BBC News, 15th November 2016

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Lauri Love extradition: British hacker who breached US government computers to be handed to US by Amber Rudd – The Independent

Posted November 15th, 2016 in appeals, autism, computer crime, extradition, interception, internet, news by tracey

‘Home Secretary Amber Rudd has authorised an order extraditing Lauri Love to the US, where he is accused of hacking into government computers.’

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The Independent, 14th November 2016

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