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David Berminghan was one of the "NatWest Three" extradited to the US and sentenced for wire fraud. Two years after his release, his campaign against the Extradition Act continues.

By David Bermingham  

Last month Christopher Tappin, an elderly British businessman, was accused of selling batteries for use in Iranian missiles. He was then extradited to the US and incarcerated in a high security prison in the New Mexico desert. Denied bail, he remains there today, awaiting trial as his family wages a campaign for Britain…

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