Wednesday, April 4, 2012

#McCann :#Extradition - Kevin Halligen - Home Office Response.

Julian Assange Extradition Appeal Also Reserved - Assange Yes But Halligen ? One Cannot Help But Think McCann !

UPDATE On Assange.

UK media smears: Assange wins settlement vs. Daily Mail in 5 cases of libel / inaccuracy | PCC

The dubious couple's attempt to defraud race night for the small sum of 3000.00 pounds was noticed by someone from the pub , thank goodness for that ! but what if they have taken larger amounts from the fund and told board members it was Halligen ?

This reminds me of the lie they told to family and friends about the broken and smashed shutter- did they say the same about the missing 300.000 Kevin Halligen was accused of fleecing. 3000.00 - 300.000 - They appear to like a nice round figure !

To recap, they sue Tony Bennett for a tweet amongst other things but not Kevin Halligen for fleecing the fund , allegedly ?

Home Office response, concerning extradition appeal by Kevin Halligen, 03 April 2012

Home Office response, concerning extradition appeal by Kevin Halligen

Home Office response, 03 April 2012

Received by email, Tuesday 03 April 2012

Home Office
Direct Communications Unit
2 Marsham Street,

Reference: T3523/12 & T1051/12

Dear Mr Moore,

Thank you for your e-mails of 19 January and 29 February about the extradition case of Kevin Halligen.

Mr Halligen's appeal was heard at the Supreme Court on 21- 22 February 2012 and judgment was reserved. The Court has not yet set a date for judgment to be handed down.

In cases such as this, where the appeal relates to whether the rules regarding the lodging and serving of appeal papers were complied with, the person would not be automatically discharged from extradition proceedings were the Supreme Court to rule in his/her favour. However, he/she would be able to pursue their appeal against their extradition in the High Court.

In general terms, under the Extradition Act 2003, if a person's appeal is dismissed by the Supreme Court, they must be extradited with 28 days. There is no further right of appeal under UK law.

Yours Sincerely

Gemma Kelly
Extradition Section