Jack Warner’s Extradition Letter is signed

Jack Warner’s Extradition Letter is signed

FARIS FILES 6Attorney General, Faris Al-Rawi today has signed the authority for the extradition matter involving Former FIFA Vice-President, Jack Warner.

Queen’s Counsel, James Lewis presided over the case.

Lawyers for Warner challenged the time it took for the AG to act, saying the Attorney General failed to sign the order by the September 16th deadline.

The Attorney General asked the court for an extension to today.

The case has been adjourned to Friday 25th September, 2015.


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    Frank Meier 2 years

    Well done, Mr. Faris Al-Rawi!

    Dont let walk Jack Warner away.

    I am specially very upset with Mr. Warner that he stole money that could have helped Haiti. What a piece of shit!

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    Frank Meier 2 years

    A tip for the justice of T&T.

    You should open a case against Jack Warner. He tried to topple your legal appointed government.

    When he went the first time out of the police station, to sick to be in a cell, but fit enough to dance some minutes later on the streets, Mr. Warner asked the people of T&T to support him to topple the government.

    That is clear a break of law.

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    Hans-Elmar 2 years

    Man don’t be surprised Jack has a great example which is Mugabe of Zimbabwe. Jack admires him a lot and he wanted T&T to be a paradise like Zimbabwe.

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