French Detainee Michel Agrees To Be Extradited From Bulgaria
French youth Clement Michel has agreed to be extradited to his homeland, reported BGNES.
The 18-year old man was detained at the Kapitan Andreevo border cross checkpoint while trying to leave Bulgaria. A European order has been issued for his arrest because he has violated the decree of the authorities to sign at the police station in his own country every day.
In France, he admitted to the French police that he has visited websites spreading terrorist propaganda. He has been sentenced not to approach educational facilities and show up at the police station every day.
The authorities in Paris want his arrest because he has violated the sentence and has been noticed in the proximity of an educational faculty. He also failed to show up at the police station.
After his agreement to be extradited, by law, there is a three-day deadline for him to change his mind. If he does not, there will be another meeting of the court to decide finally whether Michel will be extradited.
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