ricardo wrote:greeney2 wrote:This is going to be a very unusual case for sure. Conderning the rape investigation, What is in the treaty concerning extraditions? Did he not flee from Sweden, or promise to to return to cooperate with investigations? You may have a treaty saying one thing, but he also was permitted to leave with conditions I'm sure.
"extraterritorial jurisdiction" "all Swedish laws are extraterritorial. this means
that Swedish citizens can be charged, prosecuted, and convicted under Swedish laws when having committed a crime in another country. if that country has
legislation similar to Swedish laws." (ekberk-sweden-min of industry.)
I think the Uk may be able , under specific circumstances to 'act on behalf ' of Australia concerning extradition issues of mutual interest.
under treaty. hope this helps
now to explore this defense . Swedish penal code (penile code) sorry I couldn't resist considering his defense I thought it might be interesting to see if swedish pandering and anti organized crime type statues
could be useful here. remember one female had control of an apt and lent it to
aa. and remember one female purchased items for aa. so, an exchange took place. were there promises made? did said females perpetrate on aa? we are
after all trying to be = in sweden. cont...