Julian Myerscough: Ex-lecturer jailed for child sex attacks – BBC News

‘A “dangerous, evil” former university lecturer has been jailed for 21 years for a string of child sex attacks.’

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BBC News, 25th June 2019

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Secret ‘Torture Loophole’ Raises Serious Questions For Government, MP David Davis And Barrister Say – Rights Info

‘The government must be asked “serious questions” on how a secret policy allowing ministers to approve actions that could lead to torture was signed off, a leading QC and Tory MP have said.’

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Rights Info, 20th May 2019

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Turkey seeks extradition of UK barrister over Twitter activity – The Guardian

‘A British barrister who has given evidence to parliament is facing possible extradition to Turkey on terrorism charges over his Twitter activity.’

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The Guardian, 20th May 2019

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John Downey: Hyde Park bombing suspect can be extradited over double murder charges – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 4th, 2019 in explosives, extradition, Ireland, murder, news, terrorism by sally

‘Hyde Park bomb suspect John Downey can be extradited from the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland to face charges over the murder of two soldiers in 1972, a judge has ruled.’

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Daily Telegraph, 1st March 2019

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Roma hooligan who attacked Liverpool fan Sean Cox jailed for three-and-a-half years – Daily Telegraph

‘A balaclava-clad Italian hooligan who “destroyed” the life of a Liverpool supporter and his family in a “brutal and vicious” attack ahead of a Champions League tie has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.’

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Daily Telegraph, 28th February 2019

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‘MI6 conman’ Mark Acklom extradited to UK after years on the run – Daily Telegraph

Posted February 25th, 2019 in extradition, fraud, national crime agency, news, warrants by tracey

‘One of Britain’s most wanted fugitives has been extradited from Switzerland to the UK.’

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Daily Telegraph , 22nd February 2019

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Lauri Love: Alleged British hacker begins legal battle to get seized computers back – The Independent

Posted February 12th, 2019 in computer crime, extradition, news, search & seizure by tracey

‘Lauri Love, the computer scientist who won a landmark appeal against extradition to the US for allegedly hacking into American government websites, has begun a legal battle to try to get his seized computers back.’

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The Independent, 12th February 2019

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Wanted man who taunted police on Instagram from Dubai jailed after being extradited back to UK – The Independent

Posted January 24th, 2019 in bail, dangerous driving, extradition, news, sentencing, weapons by tracey

‘A man who taunted police in Instagram posts from Dubai has been jailed after he was extradited back to the UK.’

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The Independent, 23rd January 2019

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‘IS Beatles’: Mother loses high court challenge over evidence – BBC News

Posted January 18th, 2019 in evidence, execution, extradition, Islam, news, terrorism by tracey

‘A mother has lost a High Court challenge against the UK’s sharing of evidence on two suspected Islamic State fighters without seeking assurances they would not face the death penalty.’

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BBC News, 18th January 2019

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What does the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement mean for the European Arrest Warrant? Read the small print… – Doughty Street Chambers

Posted December 12th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, extradition, news, warrants by sally

‘Whether you consider it is the duty of our fellow citizens to read the 599 pages of the Withdrawal Agreement before expressing an opinion on Brexit, it is certainly the duty of any lawyer entering the fray.’

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Doughty Street Chambers, 27th November 2018

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Tycoon Vijay Mallya can be extradited to India, UK judge rules – The Guardian

Posted December 11th, 2018 in airlines, banking, debts, extradition, fraud, loans, news by sally

‘Vijay Mallya, the multimillionaire former owner of the Force India Formula One team and self-proclaimed “King of the Good Times”, can be extradited to India to face allegations of fraud.’

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The Guardian, 10th December 2018

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Latvian human trafficking gang jailed for East Midlands plot – Crown Prosecution Service

‘Nine members of an organised crime group based in the East Midlands and Latvia have been jailed for human trafficking offences against 28 victims.’

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Crown Prosecution Service, 7th November 2018

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Man extradited from Pakistan over eight murders in 2002 Huddersfield house fire – The Independent

Posted October 4th, 2018 in arson, extradition, murder, news, trials by tracey

‘A murder suspect has been extradited to the UK from Pakistan to face trial over a 2002 Yorkshire house fire that left eight people dead.’

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The Independent, 3rd October 2018

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Mother jailed for abducting daughters to USA – BBC News

Posted September 11th, 2018 in child abduction, extradition, news, sentencing by tracey

‘A British mother has admitted abducting her two children and moving to Alaska to live with her new partner without their father’s permission.’

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BBC News, 10th September 2018

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Alleged paedophile extradited from UK to US – BBC News

Posted August 13th, 2018 in child abuse, extradition, news, sexual offences by sally

‘An alleged paedophile who was on the FBI’s most wanted list has been extradited from the UK to the US following a failed appeal.’

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BBC News, 10th August 2018

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Former HSBC banker wins appeal against extradition to US – The Guardian

Posted August 3rd, 2018 in appeals, banking, extradition, fraud, news by tracey

‘HSBC’s former head of currency trading has won a last-ditch battle to block his extradition to the US, where he faces 11 charges of foreign exchange rigging which each carry a maximum 30-year prison sentence.’

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The Guardian, 31st July 2018

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European human rights judges will rule ‘Isil Beatles’ plan illegal, say experts – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 30th, 2018 in death penalty, extradition, human rights, news, terrorism by sally

‘European human rights judges would rule Britain’s plan to waive death penalty assurances for two suspected members of the Isil ‘Beatles’ terror cell illegal, experts say, and could order the UK to seek US guarantees and even pay the men damages.’

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Daily Telegraph, 28th July 2018

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UK may face legal challenge over US extradition of Isis pair – The Guardian

‘UK ministers could face a legal challenge to the decision to assist the US extradition of two former British Islamic State terrorists without demanding they do not face the death penalty, as Downing Street backed Sajid Javid’s decision to allow the move.’

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The Guardian, 24th July 2018

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Sajid Javid drops UK’s blanket opposition to death penalty to allow two Isis fighters to be sent to US – The Independent

Posted July 23rd, 2018 in death penalty, extradition, news, terrorism by tracey

‘Sajid Javid has dropped Britain’s blanket opposition to the death penalty in order to allow two notorious British Isls fighters to be sent to the United States.’

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The Independent, 23rd July 2018

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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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