Skip to comments.Duane 'Dog' Chapman to Be Extradited to Face Charges in Mexico
Posted on 02/16/2007 12:06:06 PM PST by Abby4116
GUADALAJARA, Mexico A federal court has cleared the way for TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman to be extradited to face charges in Mexico, court officials said.
Norma Jara, a spokeswoman for the second district court in Guadalajara, said the court rejected Chapman's injunction request, ruling there was no reason not to try him with the charge of deprivation of liberty of Mexico.
"We only just heard about the Mexican court's decision to continue with the extradition proceedings, and are still in shock," Chapman and his wife, Beth, said in a statement issued Thursday night in Honolulu.
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You better run Dog!
What does Mexico have on Bush?
It is my understanding that Mexico never extradites criminals to the US for trial. If true, I don't know why we extradite American citizens to Mexico with its known corruption.
Time to boycott Mexico completely.
Canada? Or do they only accept draft dodgers and Islamists?
Not true at all.
They'll kill him. This is murder.
Like that could possibly happen.
I posted this because I find it appalling.
They just extradited a cop-killer here when we agreed to give him life in prison.
What gives? I thought there was a story a few months ago that this circus was all over?
Snicker. Am I the only person who thinks "Dog" is a clown?
He could be in some big trouble over there, facing jail time, etc.
It's my understanding that's only true for criminals who commit death penalty eligable crimes. Thus, kill a cop, make it to Mexico and you're home free. But, bring a rapist to justice and the US will extradite you to be accidently killed "falling down the stairs" in some hellhole Mexican prison.
If true - he's outta here. He's got the $ to do it.
Heck - he may already be gone!
Mexico has courts? Imagine that!
This is an unjust outcome: Chapman caught a real sleezeball taking refuge in Mexico. Now he's to be *extradited* for doing this?
No matter how you slice it, this decision is *poked*.
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