Tag: extradition

Ex-care home worker faces extradition for manslaughter

Ex-care home worker faces extradition for manslaughter

| 24/09/2018 | 7 Comments
(CNS): Two men have been charged with manslaughter and child cruelty in connection with the death of a teenage resident at the Bonaventure Boys Home. Risco Batten (14) drowned in South Sound in November 2015 during a fishing trip with the men, who were both supervisors at the home. One of the two m [...]

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Ailing suspect to be extradited to Hawaii in theft case

Ailing suspect to be extradited to Hawaii in theft case

| 15/06/2018 | 37 Comments
(CNS): An ailing 60-year-old local woman who absconded before she faced trial in Hawaii on theft and fraud charges is to be extradited to the United States after a magistrate ruled on Friday that there was no reason not to grant the request. Rosmarie Dellatore Bodden is accused of stealing some $70, [...]

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US fugitive to fight extradition

US fugitive to fight extradition

| 11/01/2018 | 99 Comments
(CNS): Wayne Collier (28), who is wanted by the American authorities in connection with the murder of his pregnant partner, appeared in court for the second time Thursday. Defence attorney John Furniss, who is representing the US fugitive, told the court that he planned to fight the extradition to t [...]

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Jamaican fugitive charged with illegal landing

Jamaican fugitive charged with illegal landing

| 23/08/2017
(CNS): A Jamaican national who is on the run from the law in that country appeared in the Cayman Islands Summary Court Tuesday, charged with illegal landing, and has been remanded in custody. O’Brien Ellis, who is from Westmoreland, is wanted by law enforcement authorities in Jamaica as he is [...]

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Court clears Kildag to go home

Court clears Kildag to go home

| 05/04/2017 | 23 Comments
(CNS): Celal Kildag and his wife told the media Wednesday that they were immensely relieved after Magistrate Grace Donalds delivered her ruling stopping his extradition to Turkey, having found that the delay of 29 years was a barrier to the process. Magistrate Donalds said the Turkish authorities ha [...]

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‘Plethora of grounds’ to stop extradition

‘Plethora of grounds’ to stop extradition

| 04/04/2017 | 19 Comments
(CNS): The lawyer defending German citizen Celal Kildag, who was arrested in Cayman on an Interpol warrant on behalf of Turkey when he was visiting the island by cruise ship last year, has argued that there are “a plethora of grounds” why the extradition should be stopped and the man allowe [...]

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