Just a reminder of what this linking thing is all about
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The above letter is a letter from the UK Director of Public Prosecutions in response to a letter from Richard's Solicitor Chris Wong asking whether the Attorney Generals Guidelines have been followed in the case, whether a UK Prosecution had been considered and the fact that extradition is clearly disproportionate to the alleged offence.
You will see from the first paragraph marked in the above response that the DPP states that in referring to the aforementioned guidelines these " apply only to the most serious, sensitive or complex cases.This case was not and is not considered to come within that category"
This is why I then ask the question as to why the DPP is using extradition to deal with a non serious matter