“Almost two months have gone by and the [Murray Segal] report is still under wraps. There are concerns that, when it does ultimately appear, it may well be incomplete or heavily redacted.
Extradition is a formal and legally binding process defined in parliamentary acts and treaties between partner nations. It is not a random happening determined by political whim, nor is it a casual matter to be kicked around like a diplomatic football. Yet, when things go wrong, they go horribly wrong and result in dreadful personal consequences for individual and their families.”
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