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Monday, July 18, 2005

Germany says terror arrest illegal



Germany's high court has ordered the release of a Syrian-born German man whom Spain wanted extradited in connection with the 2003 Madrid bombings.


And it's not finished yet.


The Federal Constitutional Court ruled Monday it would be illegal to extradite Mamoun Darkazanli, a Hamburg-based businessman, because the country's constitution bars Germans from being extradited against their will.

WHAT ??? WHAT ??? So, if I go to Egypt and blow up 200 people, I might go to Germany and say, "Yes, I did it, and I don't want to be extradited, so I wouldn't be, because I didn't give my permission".
Is this anti-terrorism ?

Germany, Germany...
After all, who had been living in Germany for 7 years ?