John2010:marmel: I think he is over a barrel anyway. Even if the US governemnt fail to extradite him I can't see them just rolling over and returning all of his property that has been seized around the world.
It would seem the easiest and quickest way for him to move on is to get to the US as soon as possible and defend his case.
Of course this brings the risk that he could end up in a federal prison for 25 to life...
Marmel, you sound just like a copper (or an ex) to me and a lowly ranked one at that (else you wouldn't posting in this thread).
You are very unlikely to have an unbiased opinion.
Unbiased because I don't agree with your opinion??
There are plenty of others in this thread who think along the same lines, are they all lowly ranked ex-cops as well?
If there are cops or ex-cops posting their opinion here then it is just that, their opinion, and there is absolutely nothing to prevent them from doing that. In fact if that is the case you should be thankful you may get a little bit of insight from what it is like from their perspective.
I think you should also use your powers of deduction to see if you can flush out anyone who may be or have been a defence lawyer at some point, they must be biased too using your logic.
Doesn't really have much to do with the debate does it but thanks for sharing.