[2004] EWHC 2747 (Admin)

The Extradition Act 1989 s.6(1)(d) should not be read as conferring on the court so wide a power of judgment over the practices of a foreign State as to require a refusal of extradition where the applicant would face a perfectly fair trial but complained that other groups would not have to face trial at all. In the instant case, there was insufficient evidence to support the applicant's case under s.6(1)(d) and s.11(3)(b) of the Act.

DC (Laws LJ, Hallett J)


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