Will the UK extradition decision be highly unlikely?

What are the chances?

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  • I'm sorry, but we generally don't answer questions which ask us to predict the future. – Philipp Apr 12 at 8:22

There is actually a seven year old extradition request from Sweden, which as far as I know is still valid and should have precedence . And traditionally, if you are extradited to a country (like Sweden), you are free to leave anywhere you want to go to once you leave jail or win your court case.

  • extradition to the us not sweden is what i meant – Mini kute Apr 12 at 11:01
  • hi. Could sweden then extradite him to usa. – Mini kute Apr 12 at 11:02

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