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‘CITGO 6’ oil execs held in Venezuela were picked up by country’s forces hours after Alex Saab’s extradition to US

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Five United States citizens and a permanent resident who were serving house arrest in Caracas, Venezuela, were picked up by the country's intelligence service SEBIN on Saturday, just hours after the extradition of A...

Alex Murdaugh waives his extradition hearing in Florida, will return to South Carolina to face charges

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Alex Murdaugh waived an extradition hearing in Florida on Friday, according to the Orange County Corrections office, and is expected to return to South Carolina to face charges related to the misappropriation of set...

Ex-boyfriend of slain Florida mom Cassie Carli smirks in mugshot after extradition

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Donning shaggy hair, a dark-colored shirt and a smirk, Marcus Spanevelo looked far different from the mugshot photo taken weeks earlier at the Maury County, Tennessee, jail where he was being temporarily held. The 34...

Extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange approved by UK judge

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While Assange still has means to appeal the decision, the move represents a major step toward Assange's prosecution for spying charges in the U.S. related to his publication of sensitive military and diplomatic docum...

Gupta brothers await extradition to South Africa after years of refuge in the UAE

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Rajesh and Atul Gupta, wanted in South Africa for their alleged involvement in a massive corruption scheme, are awaiting extradition after being arrested in the United Arab Emirates where they are believed to have s...

Harvey Weinstein fighting extradition to Los Angeles; lawyer says he’s almost blind and missing teeth

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In a virtual hearing on Monday, the convicted sex offender, 69, appeared before Erie County Court Judge Kenneth Case and his lawyer, Norman Effman, cited Weinstein's increasing health issues as one reason why he can'...

Harvey Weinstein’s extradition to Los Angeles delayed again

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A state judge has allowed the convicted sex offender to fight his extradition to Los Angeles for at least another 30 days as the county intends to take him to trial as soon as possible.   The disgraced Hollywood prod...

Harvey Weinstein’s extradition to Los Angeles on sexual assault charges faces another delay

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Attorney Norman Effman said a hearing has been scheduled for June 15 on a newly filed challenge. Weinstein had been scheduled to be transferred as early as next week from the Wende Correctional Facility near Buffalo,...

Honduras’ Supreme Court approves extradition of former president to the US

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The Honduran Supreme Court has authorized the extradition of former president Juan Orlando Hernández to the US, where he will face drug trafficking and firearms possession charges. The decision by the country's high...

Julian Assange’s extradition to US approved by UK government

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London UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has signed an order to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States, where he faces espionage charges, in a decision Wikileaks said marked a "dark day for press...

Murdaugh lawyer says client ‘understands’ he’s going to prison for stealing money, waives extradition hearing

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Murdaugh has maintained his innocence in the shooting deaths of his wife and son, but his attorney Dick Harpootlian acknowledged that his client has "reconciled" the fact he will face prison time for stealing million...

Peter Nygard consents to US extradition, faces new sex charges in Canada

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Finnish-Canadian designer Peter Nygard, accused of racketeering and sex trafficking charges, consented Friday to be extradited to the United States to mount his defense. Nygard, 80, appearing via videoconference at...

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange allowed to appeal extradition to the US

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London Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can appeal to the UK's Supreme Court against extradition to the United States, Britain's High Court ruled Monday. The decision comes more than a month after two senior judges ...