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Cagefighter Lee Murray

Post by Admin on Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:34 am

£53m Heist Suspect Will Not Be Extradited

An extradition request for a martial arts expert arrested in connection with Britain's biggest cash robbery has been rejected by Morocco. UFC Lee Murray, from Sidcup, south London, was arrested in a shopping centre the capital Rabat three years ago. He was detained on suspicion of robbery, kidnap and other offences linked to the £53m Securitas depot robbery in Tonbridge, Kent, in February 2006. At the time of his arrest, Det Supt Paul Gladstone, Kent Police's head of serious and major crime, said: "The arrest was made with the authority of the Crown Prosecution Service, Kent Police and the Moroccan authorities.

"This latest development is part of our ongoing investigation and our inquiries continue. We remain determined to bring the people behind the robbery to justice." The UK Home Office had made a special, one-off request for Mr Murray's extradition because Britain has no formal extradition treaty with Morocco. The last person to have been extradited from the north African country to Britain was in 1995. Lee "Lightning" Murray is a well-known cage fighter - a mixture of kick-boxing and wrestling.
He has appeared on television and nearly died in 2005 when he was stabbed outside the Funky Buddha nightclub in London's Mayfair after a Page Three model's birthday party.
In January 2008, five men were found guilty for their part in the Kent robbery and received a total of 140 years in jail. Stuart John Royle, 49, Lea John Rusha, 35, Roger Coutts, 30, and Jetmir Bucpapa, 26, were all sentenced to 30 years, while Ermir Hysenaj, 28, was sentenced to 20 years.

(Sky News)

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Post by Snowflake on Thu Jun 25, 2009 9:57 am

So why will they not send him back?

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Post by Admin on Thu Jun 25, 2009 10:15 am

Snowflake wrote:So why will they not send him back?

Because they rejected the extradition order. If he had anything to do with that heist, I'm sure he has enough money to grease the correct palms.

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