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Response to dipsydoodle (Reply #4)

Tue Aug 21, 2012, 09:16 AM

5. scotland yard however

would not send police officers to lets say Sweden to arrest somebody in person. they would have requested that Sweden arrest and extradite him to the UK(which is exactly what Sweden did)

Due to the differences in the system of law used, this 'interview' is not so much for information gathering as its to present him with the case against him before charges are brought against him(and likely arrest) as required by Swedish law.

That's why there is no sense for Sweden to go to the UK for the interview since they could not arrest him after presenting the case against him to him(all they could have done is request the UK to extradite him....which they did and he skipped bail on once he lost it after 2 years of appeals by him to try and overturn the losses on earlier appeals)

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