Judge Requests More Information in Croatian Woman’s Extradition Trial

by Brenna Angel, Kentucky Public Radio A federal judge in Lexington is considering whether a Croatian woman who fought in the Yugoslav Wars should be extradited to Bosnia. Fifty-two-year-old Azra Basic walked into U.S. District Court Monday in a teal green inmate uniform, more than seven months after she was arrested in connection with war… Continue reading Judge Requests More Information in Croatian Woman’s Extradition Trial

Australian Man Waives Process for Extradition Hearing

The Australian man accused of strapping a fake bomb around the neck of an 18 year-old woman is waiving the extradition process in hopes of getting back to his home country sooner. Paul Douglas Peters entered the courtroom in leg shackles and a thick black-and-white striped Oldham County jail jumpsuit. Kentucky District Court Judge Dave… Continue reading Australian Man Waives Process for Extradition Hearing

Woman Charged With Bosnian War Crimes Faces Ky. Hearing

A Croatian woman who had been living in Kentucky and is fighting efforts to be sent to Bosnia to face war crimes will have an extradition hearing November 7. Fifty-two year old Azra Basic appeared before a federal magistrate Monday in Lexington, where she’s been held since her arrest in March. Basic is accused of… Continue reading Woman Charged With Bosnian War Crimes Faces Ky. Hearing

Australian Suspect in Bombing Hoax Caught in Louisville Suburb

A 50-year-old Australian man was arrested yesterday in a Louisville suburb. Paul “Douglas” Peters has been accused by the Australian government of breaking and entering a home near Sydney, Australia and hanging a fake bomb around the neck of a young woman on Aug. 3. Yesterday, an FBI SWAT team raided Peter’s ex-wife’s home in… Continue reading Australian Suspect in Bombing Hoax Caught in Louisville Suburb