February 4, 2007

Deya update

United Kingdom/Kenya: The Gilbert Deya 'miracle babies' case runs and runs. The Kenyan government has asked for him to be extradited to face charges of child kidnap. Deya was granted bail after he appeared at City of Westminster Magistrates Court a few days ago, which seems a little daft given that he previously fled to Scotland in an attempt to escape justice. Scotland is a different legal jurisdiction, and he doesn't need a passport to get here from England.

Extradition hearing for 'miracle' pastorThe Herald, 1st February 2007.

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