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It has taken years but I high value terror suspect in four others appear to be headed from Great Britain.
To the US for justice senior foreign affairs correspondent Amy Kellogg is in London.
She tells us what took so long.
Egyptian born Abu -- -- in prison for hate crimes in Britain.
His wanted for more than words in the United States he allegedly tried to set up an al-Qaeda training camp -- -- again.
And he's accused of involvement in the deadly kidnapping in Yemen and at helping the Taliban with logistics and funding.
Now the courts here have said he.
Four other British based terror suspects after many years of political wrangling it's yeah.
Guys there was -- question that -- happens that he's a very dangerous man.
And that successive governments have been trying to remove him not -- warmly welcomed the decision there was the question.
-- he should be extradited to the United States.
The main holdup was that the European Court of Human Rights needed to determine.
That he would not be in humanely treated it sent the United States and Abu -- that kept filing appeals.
And one that was just shot down should be the last thing.
The other suspects include but are -- wanted for raising money for terrorism on the web.
And two others who were involved in the bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and 1998.
-- -- said to have been key aides of Osama bin Laden.
In response to the extradition ruling some jihadist web sites called for the UK to be punished.
-- five could be on their way to the states within a matter of weeks but as this story has been full of legal twists and turns.
Those awaiting them at the Department of Justice won't breathe a sigh of relief.
Until those terror suspects are wheels up.
Brett and the Kellogg in London Amy thank you deal.
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