Last edited by Chatter; 02-06-14 at 03:38 PM.
Honestly, all I care about is Solletica. Knox won't be extradited, but he will suffer due to the effort to politicise this and may end up serving a longer sentence than the guy to which is there is absolutely no doubt was involved. Sad.
Tough, but not I.possible. just as I stated earlier. Thanks for demonstrating that I'm correct, that's very sporting of you.
You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo
Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
Under the US extradition treaty with Italy, double jeopardy is not a valid reason to deny extradition; plus, there's precedent: In 1997, the US extradited a man to Turkey even though he had been convicted of rape only on appeal.
Originally Posted by New Republic
I highly doubt the Italians will push hard for extradition. I think they mostly wanted to get the conviction so that the prosecutor will remain, "undefeated."
This has never been about justice. It's all about ego and politics.
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Diplomacy is the art of saying 'nice doggy" until you can find a gun.