A retired British businessman will be extradited to the US after losing a High Court battle, reports the Mail Online.
Christopher Tappin, 64, faces charges of conspiring to sell parts for Iranian missiles in the US, which he denies. In fighting extradition, he claimed entrapment by the FBI, which a British judge dismissed as an “unsustainable” claim, reports the Mail. He may now face up to 35 years in prison.
Tappin is suspected to have unlawfully tried to export batteries for Hawk air defence missiles.
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