- v. Simple past tense and past participle of extradite.
“Quite why the Home office felt her crime was unworthy of her being extradited is a matter for conjecture: could it be that as a Communist she enjoys special protection from Labour sympathisers?”
“Leeson, extradited from a German prison on Nov. 22, pleaded guilty to the charges only the day before sentencing.”
“The treaty under which my son was extradited is one-sided, unjust, ignores the principles of due process and is a licence to breach the rights of British citizens" ...”
“With the Iverson debacle concluded and his name extradited from the Nuggets 'locker room,”
“I'd doubt that he's gonna do any time, if he even gets extradited, which is also not a sure thing.”
“Liam Adams is due to face sex charges in Belfast after being extradited from the Irish Republic.”
“The brother of Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams is due to face sex charges in Belfast on Thursday after being extradited from the Irish Republic.”
“Unlike the Hogs and the Banksters, the Neocons who illegally murdered, imprisoned and tortured countless civilians across the world should be exported - extradited, that is, to stand trial at an international war crimes tribunal.”
“But this is an emotional ingredient: the paramilitary bosses will not stay in summer houses (as some government critics described the Itagüí maximum security prison), nor will they serve just eight years in prison (one of the things they most criticized of the Justice and Peace law), because the most useful cooperation for the American justice is the tip-off from the bosses, and the truth is that the extradited are the top and not the bottom of the narco-paramilitarism hierarchical pyramid.”
“Liam Adams was extradited from the Irish Republic to Northern”
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