posted on May, 25 2012 @ 04:45 PM
He got 28 years for the murder in Peru but now faces extradition to the US to stand trial for at least extortion and/or fraud. It the 28 years enough?
If convicted here he will serve that sentence here and then probably returned to Peru.
Can our jails be tougher for him than a jail in Peru?
A decision by the Peruvian court should be rendered soon. He is fighting the extradition.
I predict he will be extradited lest US/Peru relations suffer. I also see him being convicted here but maybe not for the Holloway case. IF Peru has no
death sentence that may be a condition we would have to agree to before they approve extradition.