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BANGKOK 23 February 2019 04:09
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Phuket Kickboxer Murder Fugitive Lee Aldhouse Wins Right To Appeal Extradition

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Also Knox was allowed to appeal and was aquitted. No?

No similarity there. Knox was allowed an appeal against her conviction, Aldhouse is allowed an appeal against the decision to extradite him.

It is fairly common practise for people top be able to appeal against the above. This is nothing to do with the British judicial system its global. Didn't Victor Bout get the chance to appeal against his extradition to the US?

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Also Knox was allowed to appeal and was aquitted. No?

No similarity there. Knox was allowed an appeal against her conviction, Aldhouse is allowed an appeal against the decision to extradite him.

It is fairly common practise for people top be able to appeal against the above. This is nothing to do with the British judicial system its global. Didn't Victor Bout get the chance to appeal against his extradition to the US?

What has that to do with the similarities you claimed were there?

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seems he has already got some press on his side back home ... http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/02/17/yardley-kickboxer-lee-aldhouse-wins-the-right-to-appeal-over-extradition-to-thailand-on-murder-claim-97319-30347986/

No mention of stabbing and stalking but make it sound like a bar fight where somebody accidentally got killed.

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How about the "human rights" of life he took away from the American?

Hard to have much sympathy for a murderer, it has to be said.

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