Not closely enough. Even (even!!!) the execrable ECHR agreed that he should be extradited.
Abu Hamza's application for an injunction to delay the case came after the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) backed successive UK courts in ruling that the radical cleric could be handed over to the US.
The 'lawyer' is grasping at the last straw, and that straw is short.
Yes,I'm familiar with the ECHR and their leftist agenda.However,this could be a game changer in this case.Check out the case in Britain where a guy named McKinnon (can't recall his first name) is being shielded by the government from extradition to the US where he's wanted for having hacked into DoD computers,accessing *highly* classified materials and then publishing those documents on the web.The excuse his lawyer is using....and which is being swallowed by the British government and courts..."he's so depressed that if he's extradited he'll commit suicide".And that's the *British* courts.Compared to the ECHR the British courts are Nazi tribunals.