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INTERPOL And Politically Motivated Red Notices In Relation To Extradition Court Proceedings

In the last post, I discussed INTERPOL’s refusal to issue certain Red Notices based on INTERPOL’s determination that the Red Notice requests were predominantly political in nature. INTERPOL’s constitution specifically...more

INTERPOL Red Notices and Dual Criminality

The case of Carmelo Bruzzese provides an interesting example of why Red Notices do not always lead to arrest and extradition, even where the alleged crime is rather serious by most standards....more

Travel as a wanted person without INTERPOL's involvement- the Snowden dilemma

The case of Edward Snowden has not been discussed in this blog until now because INTERPOL is reportedly not involved in Mr. Snowden's case, and no Red Notice exists in his name. The case does, however, provide an interesting...more

INTERPOL's Red Notice against Paul Watson- Environmentalists Bury the Hatchet for the Sake of a Common Cause

As observers of INTERPOL and environmental issues know, a Red Notice has been pending against environmentalist Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society ("SSCS") since last year. INTERPOL's press statement about...more

Update on INTERPOL's Red Notice for TCI's Michael Misick: Part 1

Earlier this year, the issue of Michael Misick's Red Notice was addressed here. The next two posts are updates on Mr. Misick's case. ...more

Mother, May I? The Effect Of An INTERPOL Challenge On Extradition Proceedings

In a continuation of a series of posts about the CCF's Annual Report for 2011, today's post focuses on a perhaps surprising, but apparently common, occurence in INTERPOL member country courts around the world....more

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