Kaleil Isaza Tuzman has been in a Colombian jail since September awaiting trial in the U.S. on allegations of financial crimes. He claims he’s innocent but that the extradition process is dangerously slow and leaves inmates stranded in precarious conditions.
Kaleil Isaza Tuzman has been in a Colombian jail since September awaiting trial in the U.S. on allegations of financial crimes. He claims he’s innocent but that the extradition process is dangerously slow and leaves inmates stranded in precarious conditions. Picasa
Kaleil Isaza Tuzman has been in a Colombian jail since September awaiting trial in the U.S. on allegations of financial crimes. He claims he’s innocent but that the extradition process is dangerously slow and leaves inmates stranded in precarious conditions. Picasa

Hard times: U.S. extradition system strands detainees abroad

November 24, 2015 3:00 AM

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