Man wanted over lorry deaths to be extradited to the UK

first_img Despite the decision Judge Donald Binchy deferred the order until 4 February. Harrison had previously challenged the extradition order. His lawyer argued that a lack of information in the warrant about the place of death and how Harrison was involved made it “fundamentally defective”. The judge also granted a request from Harrison’s lawyer for more time to consider the lengthy judgment, which will be published next week. whatsapp A man wanted in connection with the discovery of 39 bodies in Grays, Essex will be extradited to the UK (Getty Images) Share An Irish court approved the extradition of one of the two Northern Irish men charged with manslaughter over the death of 39 Vietnamese nationals. whatsapp Friday 24 January 2020 12:01 pm The authorities allege that Harrison delivered the trailer to a Belgian port before its journey to Britain. center_img A man wanted in connection with the discovery of 39 bodies in Grays, Essex will be extradited to the UK (Getty Images) Also Read: Man wanted over Essex lorry deaths to be extradited to the UK Last year police in Vietnam arrested 10 people in connection with the deaths. Show Comments ▼ A man wanted in connection with the discovery of 39 bodies in Grays, Essex will be extradited to the UK (Getty Images) Also Read: Man wanted over Essex lorry deaths to be extradited to the UK Angharad Carrick A Northern Irish man wanted in connection with the discovery of 39 bodies in a refrigerated container in Essex will be extradited to the UK. The bodies of 39 men, women and teenagers were found in a trailer in an industrial park in Grays, Essex last October. British authorities are seeking Eamonn Harrison on charges of human trafficking and immigration offences, as well as the 39 offences of manslaughter. Man wanted over Essex lorry deaths to be extradited to the UK last_img

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