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US Embassy denies Warner extradition request

The United States Embassy denied this morning that its Department of Justice issued a formal extradition request for Chaguanas West MP and ex-FIFA VP Jack Warner, as reported in the local media.

Photo: ILP political leader Jack Warner (centre) gets a kiss from an enthusiastic supporter during a cottage meeting.
Photo: ILP political leader Jack Warner (centre) gets a kiss from an enthusiastic supporter during a cottage meeting.

The following is the brief release by the US Embassy, which was sent just after 11 am on Monday June 29:

The U.S. Department of Justice has not yet sent any final requests on the Jack Warner extradition request to the Trinidad and Tobago authorities and is still within the 60 day window specified by the treaty for the final request to be delivered.

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55 comments

  1. CHEUPS !!!! wha dey aiting for ?!!!!!

  2. Is this really the extent to which a govt would go? This is both worrying and frightening. But what about the publication responsibility?

  3. Lasana Liburd well i totaly agree with your thinking,the angle of revenge is real ,and the maxim that hath no fury than when a woman is scorned.so getting him out of the way in the shortest time possible,i have the sneaking suspicion that the next revaltion will be the icing on the cake,jack prepared himself for this in advance,he had emenmies within ,suraj who he deposed in a palace coup,never accepted his defeat from jack.

  4. Like somebody want Jack to go up the hill without Jill?