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Court: 5 terror suspects can be sent to the U.S. – CNN

On April 10, 2012 CNN reported that the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that five terror suspects may be extradited to the U.S.  The defendants had previously argued that they should not be extradited because they would be "poorly treated."  According to the article, one case still remains pending before the court.

One of the five individuals, Mustafa Kamal Mustafa (also known as Abu Hamza) is wanted in the United States on 11 separate charges, including conspiracy to kidnap and creating a terrorist training camp in Oregon.  The court's ruling will not be final for another three months, wherein parties may refer the situation to the Grand Chamber of the court.  A refusal to hear the appeal would finalize the court's decision to extradite the defendants to the United States.

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