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    international opinion over him has been divided. He is recognized as an honourable advocate for the truth by his supporters and a reckless publicity-seeker who has endangered the lives of many people due to his exploitation of sensitive data by his critics. In December 2010, he was detained by UK authorities after Sweden issued a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) over allegations of sexual assault.2 Swedish authorities claimed they wished to question him over accusations of rape and sexual assault that he supposedly committed in August of 2010 during his visit to Sweden.3 Assange denies these claims, stating that he was given full consent by the women he allegedly assaulted. Due to extradition laws between the United Kingdom and Sweden, Assange fought for the rest of the year under house-arrest against his extradition for…

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    The article, “Mother of 'affluenza' teen accepts extradition to Texas’ by Jonathan Tolliver is about Ethan and Tonya Couch. Ethan Couch was sentenced to ten years of probation in juvenile court, on four counts of intoxication manslaughter, injuring nine others, recklessly driving drunk, and having traces of Valium in his system on June 15, 2013. A defense witness testified that Ethan was affected by affluenza, a psychological and social condition that affects wealthy young people and causes a…

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    Sweden, the detention order is admissible for the prosecutor to accelerate to issue a European Arrest Warrant . In order to evade justice in Sweden, Assange moved in UK and started long-continued legal process in local courts. By the way, Westminster Magistrates Court upheld and confirmed the warrant . Ultimately, the Supreme court of UK ruled the extradition request had been lawfully made, Lord Phillips, the court 's president, said a majority of five…

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    China has been waiting to pass an extradition treaty with Australia. On Tuesday March twenty-eight, this treaty was canceled because it wasn't supported by opposition lawmakers and members of Prime Minister Turnbull's liberty party. China was surprised that this treaty wasn't even put to a ratification vote. This turn of events put a dent in the relationship between China and Australia. This extradition treaty is about criminals who commit a crime in China and go back home to Australia, where…

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    16, 2016 the Swedish Court of Appeals denied a request asking the court to drop Assange’s arrest warrant for rape. Since the Swedish statute of limitations on rape is 10 years, as long as Assange remains in asylum until 2020, he can avoid being arrested on the rape charge. Concerns Related to Extradition In the event that Assange is extradited to Sweden, he has concerns related to being sent to the United States. If he is sent to the U.S., he could be put on trial for publishing classified…

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    empowered police to capture BigFish’s president Yancey, undermines the basic principles of foreign extradition. Finally, the military precautions that Adria, Betania, and neighboring Concordia have all taken pose an immediate threat to international security. Adria has clearly committed a violation with regards to the laws of the sea, as the introduction of zickfish into Adbeco Lake has not only spread to the territorial waters of neighboring Betania and Concordia on the lake, but more…

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    For many years, General Manuel Noriega was a key pillar in the history of Panama even though he was never the president of Panama as he served as a de-facto leader. His arrest was attributed to the offences he committed while in power thus ended up serving 20 years in prison both in the United States and France. General Noriega’s extradition is therefore, one that is supported because he has to be able to answer for his crimes of embezzlement, murder and corruption, which he was largely involved…

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    The family lost my grandfather, but the lineage lives on with my uncle as well as other distant cousins. While the family has not heard from Ishmael since the seventies, he has come up in conversation now and again. At the time of this writing Ishmael would be in his late sixties. Much of his ability to have remained free this long is due to political issues and lack of extradition laws between the two nations. Now that the rules are changing we will see if those laws of extradition will be…

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    According to the State Council of the People’s Republic of China (2016), “China has signed 39 extradition treaties and 52 judicial assistance treaties, the parties include Western countries such as France, Spain, Italy and Portugal etc:”. With these treaties, the anti-corruption has became an international task in hunting fugitives, and the cooperated mechanism could positively contribute to the success of Chinese’ anti-corruption…

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    Interpol had made a system in which serves190 countries. Every year, Interpol coordinate a conference with countries to contribute criminals' information because when criminals fraud or kill people, they can escape to another country without jurisdiction. Nevertheless, Interpol and countries exchange some ideas that prevent them from doing dangerous things and finding a way to caught them. Furthermore, Interpol can ‏extradition criminals. For example, when criminals commit a crime and they…

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