Tweet Extradition Appeal Dismissed The Supreme Court of Canada today refused an appeal by Suresh Sriskandarajah from the Ontario Court of Appeal upholding an order for his extradition to the United States to face charges of terrorist financing and money laundering.
Tweet Canada’s Minister of Justice and Attorney General, the Honourable Robert Nicholson, has ordered the extradition of Canadian Sociology professor Hassan Diab to France to face charges of murder, attempted murder and destruction of property related to the 1980 terrorist attack on a synagogue in Paris that killed 4 people, and injured 40 others. The […]
Tweet TheÂ Supreme Court of Canada has granted leave to Mohammed Khawaja to appeal the decision ofÂ Ontario Court of Appeal that upheld his conviction for terrorist activity financing and other terrorism-related charges under the Anti-Terrorism Act. Â The Ontario Court of Appeal called Khawajaâ€™s initial 101/2 year sentence â€œmanifestly unfitâ€ and substituted it for a sentence of […]
Tweet Former Panamanian President Manuel Noriega was extradited to France from the U.S. on an extradition warrant to face charges that he laundered US$3.15 million in drug profits through transactions that included buying luxurious apartments in Paris. Noriega was in jail serving a sentence for multiple charges, including drug trafficking in the U.S. from 1990 […]