The French come again, for Justice, as they Perceive it? Tomorrow is Ian Bailey’s Extradition case at the High Court? Should be a very interesting outcome?

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We’ve been waiting for 24 years to get justice’

Sophie Toscan du Plantier’s family await tomorrow’s High Court decision on Ian Bailey’s extradition to France, writes Ali Bracken

Victim: Ms Toscan du Plantier. Photo: Handout/PA
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Ian Bailey. Picture: Mark Condren

Victim: Ms Toscan du Plantier. Photo: Handout/PA Wire

October 11 2020 02:30 AM

The family of murdered French woman Sophie Toscan du Plantier have spoken of their hopes for tomorrow’s High Court decision over the possible extradition of Ian Bailey to France to face trial for her killing.

Mr Justice Paul Burns will have the last word on whether the Englishman’s future lies in France, or if he can remain in his adopted home in west Cork.

The French authorities have already had two failed attempts to extradite Bailey to Paris and put him on trial for murder.

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