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British Man to be Extradited to US on Iranian Weapon Sales Charges

By Danny Fenster
ticklethewire.com

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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Swiss Won’t Extradite Roman Polanski to U.S. To Face Sentencing

swiss mapBy Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The long protracted legal battle for famous film director Roman Polanski appears to be  over– at least as far as the Swiss are concerned.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the Swiss authorities said Polanski, 76, will not be extradited to the United States to face sentencing in a 30-year-old incident involving sex with a 13-year-old girl. And he has been set free from house arrest.

The paper reported that the Swiss Federal Department of Justice and Police said a flaw in the extradition request could not be ruled out.

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Mexico Extradites 10 Drug Traffickers to U.S.

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The U.S. continues its aggressive campaign against drugs in Mexico, but the killing and trafficking continues. Here’s the latest on the war on drugs.

By Julie Watson
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
MEXICO CITY – Mexico sent 10 drug-smuggling suspects to the United States on Wednesday, capping an already record year for the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration between the two countries.
Several are accused of being high-ranking members of Mexico’s most powerful drug gangs, including the Gulf and Tijuana-based Arellano-Felix cartels. The suspects will face charges in California, Texas, Florida and Georgia, Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office said in a news release.
U.S. Ambassador Tony Garza praised the action as another example of President Felipe Calderón’s determination to go after cartels. Since taking office in 2006, Calderón has made it a priority to extradite drug suspects, who previously would operate from their Mexican jail cells.
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