Fight Dog's Extradition to Mexicao

FIGHT DOG'S EXTRADITION TO MEXICO!!!!! On September 14, 2006, Dog, Leland and Tim Chapman were taken into custody by U.S. Marshals in connection with charges stemming from their 2003 arrest of convicted serial rapist, Andrew Luster. They were all released September 15th, as the judge in Honolulu concluded they are not flight risks. While out on bail, they will be required to wear electronic monitoring devices until they return to court for extradition hearings to face trial in Mexico. Andrew Luster, the famed heir to the Max Factor cosmetics fortune, was convicted of drugging and raping three women over a four year span. During his trial in 2003, Luster fled the country to Mexico. In June 2003, Dog and his team tracked the fugitive Luster in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where he was living under an alias, and arrested him. As bounty hunting is illegal in Mexico, Dog, Tim and Leland were arrested by the Mexican authorities and Luster was handed over to the United States government by the Mexicans. He was subsequently found guilty and is currently serving a 124 year prison sentence. On February 16th, a Mexican Judge ruled they must face trial in Mexico!!!!


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    Jasper Kraus, Ireland

    7 years ago Comments: Hi ilive in Ireland and watch this GREAT man and his family daily on tv and he does things where the us gov. only can dream from. This man belongs to be free so he can do his good work and not in a stinking Mexican jail. So mr Bush instead of being obsest with warfare do a human thing and keep this man out of jail.
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