Yes, in accordance with the US-Italy extradition treaty.
Yes, she should be imprisoned somewhere, but maybe in the US.
No, Americans shouldn't be extradited to foreign nations even if they're guilty.
No, she isn't guilty.
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I also don't agree the IRA cases were fair at all, especially given that the US has ignored all political boundaries since 9/11 and has extradited a lot of Britons on far lesser terrorist charges than the murder of a US soldiers. Indeed the current terrorism against the US could be just as easily labelled political and to do with US Forces occupying parts of the Middle East and Afghanistan, or US Foreign Policy in relation to certain regions and indeed Israel.
I also don't think the current extradition treaty with the US is fair and support it's reform.
Last edited by Chatter; 02-02-14 at 04:06 PM.
The US should not extradite her. It would be double jeopardy. She was found not guilty and sent home, upon some Italian re-trial (of which she probably wasn't present for) they do find her guilty. In such a case the US should not extradite.
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It is debatable whether this constitutes double jeopardy, as the Italian system is different to the US System an a final decision has not been reached, in what is appeals rather than separate cases.
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