Extradition-threatened Sheffield student strikes US deal

Richard O'Dwyer and his mother Julia meeting Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz outside the Houses of Parliament in central London. Moves to send a British student to face trial in America for alleged copyright infringement highlight real problems with the controversial extradition treaty with the US, Vaz said today.   PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday May 15, 2012. Vaz said there was no reason for O'Dwyer to be extradited as he lent his support to the Sheffield Hallam University undergraduate. See PA story POLITICS Extradition. Photo credit should read: Katie Hodge/PA Wire
Richard O'Dwyer and his mother Julia meeting Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz outside the Houses of Parliament in central London. Moves to send a British student to face trial in America for alleged copyright infringement highlight real problems with the controversial extradition treaty with the US, Vaz said today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday May 15, 2012. Vaz said there was no reason for O'Dwyer to be extradited as he lent his support to the Sheffield Hallam University undergraduate. See PA story POLITICS Extradition. Photo credit should read: Katie Hodge/PA Wire
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