So the Dutch refuse to extradite him. It is their laws so they have to do what they have to do. What are they going to do now, though, release him into their society?
BBC News - Dutch court blocks US extradition amid torture claims
Dutch court blocks extradition to US of Dutch-Pakistani terror suspect | Fox News
This story has been around since 2013. They have been denying extradition since 2013. Long before that report came out.
I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
Heya Hatuey. From your Link.
The BBC's Hague Correspondent Anna Holligan says the judgement is significant as it appears to acknowledge that the US may have been aware of torture techniques used against suspects overseas - something Washington has always refused to comment on.....snip~
So back then we refused to comment on that.Then sent a letter in Oct. Which now this Judge says the letter isn't good enough. Plus now the admittance by Feinstein to deny on grounds of torture. Is set in stone.
Washington denied in a letter sent to Dutch officials in October in that U.S. authorities were involved in his arrest, but the Dutch court said it was not convinced the CIA had not been involved in his detention.
"This letter does not rule out the possible involvement of the CIA," the court in The Hague said in a statement. "Since it cannot be ruled out that it was the CIA which requested the arrest, the judge again forbids" his extradition....snip~
Dutch court blocks extradition to U.S. over torture concerns
But like his attorney said.....he will be able to be free there, just not outside that country.