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PostSubject: Jeremie promised Ish and Steve   Tue Feb 04, 2014 11:18 am

For 7 Years no PNM AG saw it fit to signed the extradition warrant to have Ish & Steve extradited, it was AG Ramlogan who signed the extradition warrant and kept them in jail for 1 year while they challenged it and if it wasn’t for the letter John Jeremie gave them they would have been making jail in the US by now but the media in Trinidad wouldn’t report on that.

WEEKS before the May 24 General Election, former Attorney General John Jeremie promised UNC financiers Ishwar Galbransingh and Steve Ferguson that they would be given “a reasonable period of time” before any ordered extradition under his pen, after he twice invited them to make “representations” on the issue.

According to a letter, dated May 5, 2010, Jeremie was the one who initiated the process of taking submissions from the parties involved in light of then threats by the men to subject his exercise of his powers to extradite, to judicial review.

“In the event that, after due consideration of all relevant matters, I do decide to issue the order I undertake that your clients will not be returned (to the United States) until a reasonable period of time has elapsed from the date of my decision,” Jeremie wrote in the letter dated May 5, 2010 to the men’s attorney Nyree Alfonso.

Newsday understands that this letter was a key element of the claim made by the men’s lawyers that their clients should not be extradited until after they had a chance, once more, to exercise their rights in the courts.

http://newsday.co.tt/crime_and_court/0,129347.html
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