Tag Archives: extradition

Blow The Door Down

Sweden has been seeking the extradition of Julian Assange to face rape charges. The Wikileaks’ founder had been arrested in London in 2010 and released on bail. His appeal was rejected May 30, 2012 and Assange has sought refuge in Ecuador embassy. That country’s president has offered the Australian political asylum, however the British government […]

The Price of Time

For years I have heard people say, “If you can’t do the time, then don’t do the crime.” This stupid saying only pertains to poor people and sloppy criminals, since they can’t afford a good lawyer to get them off with a slap on the wrist or delay the proceedings until the court settles for […]


US Intelligence Agencies have failed to capture Al-Quada founder Osama Bin-Laden. Billions have been wasted by the CIA, NSA, and FBI, however Los Angeles prosecutors have been succeeded in having Swiss authorities arrest the director Roman Polanski to face sentencing for a 30 year-old crime of child molestation. The french government expressed outrage and a […]

Polanski in Swiss Jail

No one has filmed a movie JAIL BAIT although the two words immediately bring to mind Roman Polanski, who was arrested in 1977 for seducing a 13 year-old girl at Jack Nicholson’s house. Polanski had anally assault the girl for fear of knocking her up. Many film people defended Polanski at the time, saying the […]