Tax haven figure tight lipped on extradition case
(03:25) 17 Jul 2016: Federal and State governments have been struggling to find a way to deal with Mr Bostom. The Australian Government has said it wants to discuss extradition with Ecuador, which has already shown some interest.
A spokesman for the Australian Federal Police, which is handling Mr Bostom’s extradition, said the issue is being looked at ”in conjunction with the relevant countries”.
Mr Bostom was originally due to be arrested in October on charges including drug trafficking and money laundering, but the International Crime Against Humanity and War Crimes Act prohibits Australians from being charged with those offences.
It also states it is a crime to attempt to procure or obtain a person to commit a serious offence.
The International Crime Against Humanity and War Crimes Act prohibits Australians from being charged with those offences. Mr Bostom is one of three men in a multi-million dollar case involving drug trafficking. (AFP)
The 우리카지노case has been complex, according to the spokesman for the International Criminal Court.
”(Assisting his lawyers) has been a huge challenge and in some respects the extradition process was quite demanding.
”We were told to be very careful and in some cases, in the interest of extradition, to get more than is actually possible – in these cases, we have got to resort to all sorts of methods to ensure that it’s fair,” he said.
”The government needs to recognise that in order for them to get a fair trial, they have got to be able to get the most out of their own criminal courts.”
The바카라사이트 spokesman went on to say there would be a ”full investigation” after a visit by British police.
Association representing WikiLeaks founder says extradition request ’inconceivable’
But he said his group had received no notice that the Government was seeking an extradition order.
”It is inconceivable that someone can extradite a person to Australia without tnatyasastra.comhe full benefit of legal assistance and the assistance of the court – no matter what we’re saying,” WikiLeaks spokesman Troy Hunt said.
Association representing WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said the situation was ”outrageous”.
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