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A Vancouver Vagabond News Flash Detailing Recent News from September 27 to 30 2009 on Roman Polanski's Arrest, & Marc Emery's USA Extradition.
12 Dec 2009
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*******www.mcnabbferrari**** Attorney Douglas C. McNabb is an International Extradition Lawyer with the law firm of McNabb Ferrari, P.C.
11 Nov 2010
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International Extradition Lawyer Douglas C. McNabb discusses Mr. Bout's return to the United States.
17 Nov 2010
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International Extradition Lawyer Douglas C. McNabb discusses Viktor Bout's return to the United States.
17 Nov 2010
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Douglas McNabb discusses conspiracy crimes and international extradition as it relates to WikiLeaks Julian Assagne.
17 Dec 2010
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*******www.mcnabbassociates**** Attorney Douglas C. McNabb is an International Extradition Lawyer. At a recent international seminar for law enforcement, the Director of the FBI referred to his agency as THE global law enforcement agency. The FBI takes a very aggressive extra-territorial approach to their criminal cases. Extradition refers to the formal process by which an individual is delivered from the country where he is located, the requested country, to the requesting country, in order to face criminal prosecution, or if already convicted, to serve a sentence. The participants in extradition are therefore the two countries and the individual who is the subject of the proceedings. Our firm challenges international extradition cases where the FBI or other U.S. federal law enforcement agencies seek to extradite any person, located anywhere in the world, based on allegations that a U.S. federal criminal statute has been violated. The firm fights international extradition requests whether the U.S. is the requesting or requested country.
3 Feb 2011
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*******www.mcnabbassociates**** Federal Attorney Douglas C. McNabb is an International Extradition Lawyer. At a recent international seminar for law enforcement, the Director of the FBI referred to his agency as THE global law enforcement agency. The FBI takes a very aggressive extra-territorial approach to their criminal cases. Extradition refers to the formal process by which an individual is delivered from the country where he is located, the requested country, to the requesting country, in order to face criminal prosecution, or if already convicted, to serve a sentence. The participants in extradition are therefore the two countries and the individual who is the subject of the proceedings. Our firm challenges international extradition cases where the FBI or other U.S. federal law enforcement agencies seek to extradite any person, located anywhere in the world, based on allegations that a U.S. federal criminal statute has been violated. The firm fights international extradition requests whether the U.S. is the requesting or requested country. "Federal Crimes" Indictment "Douglas McNabb" "McNabb Associates" "International Extradition" Lawyer Attorney Defense FBI Extradition "Federal Law"
3 Feb 2011
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*******www.mcnabbassociates**** Federal Attorney Douglas McNabb discusses the extradition treaty between Sweden and the United States with regard to Julian Assange.
3 Feb 2011
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*******www.mcnabbassociates**** Federal Attorney Douglas McNabb addresses U.S. international extradition, and alternatives to extradition, that Julian Assange may face if indicted by U.S. Government.
11 Feb 2011
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Douglas McNabb discusses extradition as the proper procedure for the United States to seek to have Julian Assange returned to the U.S.
15 Feb 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy. The rebels’ National Transitional Council has denied calls for the extradition of Abdel al-Megrahi, better known as the Lockerbie bomber. Megrahi is the only person convicted in the plane bombing that killed 270 passengers, crew, and townspeople in Scotland. British authorities released him from prison in 2009 after doctors gave him three months to live. His diagnosis? Prostate cancer. (Video: Fox News) But two years later, Megrahi is still alive. Scottish officials kept tabs on him, but lost contact during the uprising against ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi. Then-- CNN reporter Nic Robertson located the convicted bomber-- in a Tripoli mansion. Here’s what he found. NIC ROBERTSON, CNN: “Megrahi apparently in a coma, his aging mother at his side.” KALED ELMEGARHI, SON: “We just give him oxygen and nobody give us advice. And some food by injection. If you see, his body is weak.” ROBERTSON: “He appears to be just a shell of the man he was, far sicker than he appeared before.” GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney was among the loudest voices calling for Megrahi’s extradition to stand trial again-- but as Fox News’ Steve Harrigan explains, the NTC has taken that idea off the table. STEVE HARRIGAN, FOX NEWS: “Right now, ministers in this new transitional government says they will not turn over al-Megrahi for extradition. The new justice minister here saying, he was judged once, he was set free, he will not be sent abroad to be judged a second time.” CNN’s Robertson had hoped to ask Megrahi for more details about the bombing-- like who knew, who helped, and who within the Libyan government might have ordered it. But he acknowledges-- that’s unlikely. (Video: CNN) The New York Times reports-- Megrahi’s failing health could have both good and bad consequences. “Mr. Megrahi’s death would end the possibility of eliciting his full account of the Libyan government’s role in the bombing... But it would also remove a potentially serious point of friction between the rebels’ Transitional National Council and its Western backers.” And that-- was a point of contention for the hosts of MSNBC’s Morning Joe. JOE SCARBOROUGH, MSNBC: “I still want to know what the British government and the U.S. government knew about his release.” MIKA BRZEZINSKI, MSNBC: “Oh. Oh, everything.” SCARBOROUGH: “Because we have been so lied to. By the British. By the Americans.” BRZEZINSKI: “Please. Oil.” SCARBOROUGH: “We have been lied to. This is the biggest scam. They knew about it. There were nods and winks. And it’s gonna come out.” 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
30 Aug 2011
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BY NICOLE THOMPSON ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lost his latest appeal in the UK to avoid extradition to Sweden-- where he’s suspected of committing sex crimes. MSNBC’s Chris Jansing has more. “Big setback for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange who’s been fighting to stay in England. A London court has ordered Assange to be deported to Sweden. There’s he’s going to face rape and molestation charges. Two women accuse him, but Assange says he’s innocent.” Swedish authorities haven’t formally charged Assange --but he is wanted for questioning. The whistleblower spoke to reporters after the verdict was read, and expressed frustration with the British courts. The BBC has his statement. “The European arrest warrant is so restrictive that it prevents UK courts from considering the facts of a case, as judges have made clear here today. We will be considering our next step in the days ahead... No doubt there will be many attempts made to try and spin these proceedings as they occurred today, but they are merely technical.” Assange has maintained the allegations against him are false and are actually political payback for publishing classified documents through Wikileaks. British investigative reporter Tony Gosling agrees-- here’s what he tells Russia’s RT. “Well I think the object here is actually to just disrupt Wikileaks, to stop it functioning, and they’ve been successful here. Ultimately I hope that the Supreme Court, although I don’t have a fantastic amount of faith in it, is going to do the right thing, is going to deliver justice, which is to actually give Assange a pat on the back... What we’ve got here is a kind of Orwellian situation, and it appears that Orwell is right. That the people who are telling the truth are being closed down.” Closed down is spot on, CNN reports, Wikileaks has problems beyond Assange’s legal woes. “PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, all these companies have basically frozen Wikileaks’ account, and that means that the main source of its funding has been cut off dramatically. In fact, Wikileaks says that 95 percent of its funding has dropped off... Since Julian Assange lost the appeal, he is responsible for paying the prosecutor’s costs as well, and this is something his lawyers said he did not want to do.” So what’s the next step for Assange? Al Jazeera says, this battle is far from over, but it doesn’t look too good for Assange. “He doesn’t have an automatic right of appeal, but if his lawyers can convince the judges that there is an issue of wider public interest, it would go to the highest court in Britain, that is the Supreme Court. That would be in early 2012, probably... It is customary for one European country to extradite to another when it gets a request.” Sweden’s English news site, The Local, reports - Assange’s accusers are, quote, “relieved”, by today’s ruling. Transcript by Newsy.
5 Nov 2011
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BY MAURICE SCARBOROUGH You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is headed to Sweden, against his wishes. A British court ordered Assange extradited to face charges of sexual abuse. The ruling, by Judge Howard Riddle, says allegations brought against Assange by his two accusers are an extraditable offense. “Generally the European arrest warrant with countries like Sweden are accepted, and certainly that is the case, and certainly the judge felt that none of the defense arguments were valid. For example, that the state prosecutor in Sweden didn’t have the right, didn’t have the authority to issue the European arrest warrant, also he doesn’t believe there wouldn’t be a fair trial.” The verdict comes after a heated three-month legal battle, which some believe is a conspiracy to stop the whistle blower website. Assange’s lawyers fought the EU arrest warrant, which according to Deutsche Welle.... “...is meant to expedite the judicial process. The requesting country does not have to present evidence and there is no place for the person being charged to argue their innocence.” Following the verdict Assange and his lawyers issued a media statement condemning the decision and the system. “It is not just about the pressure the United States brings to bear on the United Kingdom and on Sweden and on the media. It offers a hope for reform of the EU arrest warrant system. That system of rubber stamp deportation.” A writer for Death & Taxes rushes to Assange’s defense - calling the extradition decision a downright disgrace. “Judge Howard Riddle’s ruling is shameful. He is [complicit] in the first great character assassination of the 21st century ... he has attempted to fog the looking glass for a new generation of hyper-connected, clear-thinking young adults. This tactic will not work, so long as we don’t tire of Julian Assange..” Assange and his defense team have already announced they plan to appeal the decision. His lawyers are concerned extradition to Sweden will make extradition to Washington easier -- where he could face prosecution in connection to Wikileaks. But a writer for Yahoo’s The Cutline says, the Wikileaks founder should have nothing to worry about, citing a possible loophole in U.S. law. “...the United States could have a hard time … considering that the Espionage Act--an antiquated statute--would also apply to any news organization that published the secret documents, along with anyone who discussed, blogged or even tweeted information from the still-classified documents.” Assange and his lawyers have seven days to appeal the ruling or Assange will head to Sweden. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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*******www.tekbuz****/raw-video-mexico-drug-cartel-boss-extradited-to-us/81018 The reputed leader of one of Mexico’s most violent drug cartels was extradited to the United States on Friday. Benjamin Arellano Felix, the alleged leader of the Tijuana cartel, faces drug-trafficking charges in Mexico and the US
1 May 2011
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5 Nov 2010
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I just had to make a vid after I watched "Extradition II: The Actual Extradition Part" Enjoy! :)
15 Nov 2010
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