Alexander Kuranov. 3 of a foreigner - two citizens of c?te d'ivoire and One Lebanese citizen is recognized in the environment of the Prague city court guilty of aiding and abetting terrorists and have the opportunity to be extradited to the U.S., where they face imprisonment in jail for a lifetime.
One of the defendants, Lebanese Ali Fayyad, is a member of the Ukrainian companies involved in the arms trade, and previously worked as an adviser to the Minister of defence of Ukraine, told national radio.
"The Czech Republic can issue three foreign Residents in the U.S. for interaction with terrorists, a decision was made on Wednesday by the Prague city court, according to the report.- Two Residents of c?te d'ivoire and One Lebanese citizen accused of helping to procure weapons for a terrorist organization ".
citizens of foreign countries were caught by law enforcement agencies in one of the Prague hotels After their meeting with like members of the Colombian terrorist organization FARC, which posed as FBI agents. At the meeting in the hotel mentioned on the purchase of weapons to fight against American soldiers in Colombia.
The supply of this weapon was obliged to supply the Lebanese Ali Fayyad. According to information, he is a member of one of the Ukrainian companies involved in arms sales, and previously worked as an adviser to the Minister of defence of Ukraine.
The Prague city court started considering the case in January this year. However, the process was delayed because the lawyers of the accused revealed that in case of giving of their clients in the U.S. they face "inhuman treatment" and torture. For this reason, the court requested the America confirm that there is nothing like the suspects in the USA not waiting.
afterward as such an assurance from the US was received, the Prague city court returned the case and on Wednesday issued its own verdict. Have that all three defendants in the U.S. faces imprisonment in jail for a lifetime.
The last point in this case is Expected to put to the Minister of justice of the Czech Republic Robert Pelican, who must approve the extradition of terrorist supporters in the United States.