UK Home Office: Stop extradition to US of brave military man Dave Mcintyre - try him in UK
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UK Home Office: Stop extradition to US of brave military man Dave Mcintyre - try him in UK

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      Friends Extradited

Mcintyre has spent his adult life proudly and bravely serving his country and protecting our interests in Afghanistan and Iraq. His is suffering from PTSD.

We believe the least he deserves is the ability to demonstrate his innocence at a trial in his own country rather than face the additional mental anguish of extradition.

Our extradition laws are not fit for purpose. An effective forum bar is long-overdue. This would allow the Courts to determine whether the interests of justice would be better served by extraditing a defendant rather than seeing him tried in Britain.

To:
Theresa May, Home Secretary
Stop extradition to US of brave military man Dave Mcintyre - try him in UK

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Angela McGuinness ABERDEEN, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 11 days ago

      extradtition laws unfit for purpose

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    • JANE WILSON TROWBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 14 days ago

      I am absolutely disgusted that this is being allowed to happen. For all the lazy good for nothing's that we permit to squeeze this country dry, this guy did his best for us and we have shit on him and his family. I feel personally ashamed and guilty. David Cameron should feel worse.

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    • Mike Coulson LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 16 days ago

      Nobody should be extradited without prima facie evidence that there is a charge to be answered. Dave's mental health,

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    • elizabeth lucy LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 18 days ago

      Freedom for my country and my friends

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    • Lesley Kemp MILTON KEYNES, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 18 days ago

      This man appears to have suffered enough trauma as it is and now appears to be facing a malicious allegation. If he has to be tried, at least do it in the UK.

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