I don't know why would agree to extradite prisoners to another country that's justice system is sub par. We should only ever agree to extradite people to another country if their judicial system is equal to and in agreement with our own IMO. I don't think she got a fair trial, and I think the murder investigation itself was fraught with human error and contamination of evidence (what LITTLE circumstantial evidence they actually had), they had next to NO physical evidence as far as I've seen so far. The way they went about interrogating her I also have an issue with. Did she have an opportunity to have a lawyer present? There are a lot of issues with this case and with extraditing prisoners in general.