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Sure O'Sullivan is an accused -- -- -- He's currently hanging out in the UK -- -- three American courts would like to get their hands on him.
But they're not having a lot of luck doing that why so.
Perry -- Monty is a reporter with foxnews.com.
And broke this story you see it that on the foxnews.com.
Joins us now -- -- she did Perry tell us about it how shall O'Sullivan who came to be accused and how he is avoiding the American colts.
Basically he's been on the run for about twenty years back in 1993 he was accused.
Great being and that's consulting three underage.
Children he then fled to.
Ireland and what is there for a couple years and had remarried and also found was also accused Arab -- blessing more children.
He then fled to with a passport using the -- spelling of his name and then.
It was kind of lumbering around Europe on the Lam until he moved to England it was picked up and was found to be married to a ministry of justice policy -- officer.
And it did basically the UK -- refusing to -- yes there the case we the -- the High Court basically said that.
In a ruling back in June that would be clear to him that.
If he was sent back to US for civil commitment.
It would be a flagrant denial of his rights.
All right okay Perry chairman -- thank you let's bring it via legal panel right -- at least will win this Fox News legal analyst and just sliding into position.
Camera -- -- and we got a camera on camera -- that runs.
But we will get one -- so let me -- -- -- least what do you make of this in the way the British courts -- -- ecstatic.
Exactly right that they're saying that the civil commitment to something that happens after -- the -- comes back and he's convicted in -- court.
And any serves his time -- civil commitment happens after he's been released in other words you gotta sign up for sex offender with a list you do you view on probation you've got to -- here on the civil commitment.
At and different courts have -- differently in this country about whether or not that's constitutional.
But clearly what the European courts are saying is.
They are not going to send him back.
If he would be subject to the civil commitment which she would be.
And it's kind of it it reminds a lot of we've had this argument -- this debate with this the European courts for years not to see European course but in any form or.
About whether or not -- could be extradited.
If you face the death penalty Mexico's been exceptional here now we're going to -- stuff -- a further step.
-- Camera first trading gone are understandable on the part of the British schools.
Well I actually worked on a case like that's -- -- and not Cook County where a man was convicted of multiple murderers.
He had served his time and he was due to be released and that is what happens is the attorney general of the state comes and -- not a criminal.
It's not criminal anymore you've done your time and then this this state comes and says while we still want to commit you to not prison -- like it's.
Cause -- present them because we still believe that your threats society even though.
You pled guilty and you served your time right so.
But he hasn't found out that has that -- upheld this thing cost constitutional right even though when you're entering a plea guilty one of the parts of the please that you're supposed to be it's knowing -- voluntary.
A lot of people didn't know that when they're entering into this -- that there is a possibility post conviction post sentence.
That being honest and be held indefinitely.
On it because it isn't there's no sentence there's no sentence right until they determine whether or not run exactly arrogant but -- -- right right.
Right but the problem is I I I see where the European -- -- coming like least brought out.
With with them that dot penalty sure it this is similar because in an indefinite amount of time that people are by Wednesday but.
You know -- My the other side of the argument is that the US courts of -- to -- constitutional civil commitment for certain.
Can contact you know threaten great then sexual -- -- -- Pakistani president -- sex offenders.
Why should the Europeans he's stepping into our court system and saying what you know what is deemed to be constitutional in their minds.
Is it is -- is not okay in this country seems to me if we've got an extradition treaty.
Send it back -- this ban has been charged with brutally -- being three underage children in Minnesota twenty years ago he -- to Ireland and then London.
Let send him back and let our justice system do whatever it's going to do with -- constitutional under our constitution not the European way of looking at.
But if he's if he's -- European citizen.
And also the law that dual citizen of the Europe but the European courts have best system.
I mean to have.
How can you say which one is better but the initial crimes were could -- as a allegedly by -- -- -- -- -- -- right Minnesota courts have so that's that they should have a mule yes they should have.
Preference over -- -- -- -- -- camera.
It was from the pocket I agree I think that he did he committed multiple -- some of -- what she commanded our yard and served his time but now he should be brought back especially because -- -- extradition brought back and I would make the argument pro prosecution.
That because the this this.
Second part of the sentence or not the sentence but on the second part.
Being as violent sex offender where you can Canadian custody isn't isn't criminal who is actually worth it or hate it is is civil commitment.
OK well we'll see what Islam goes Perry -- -- did this recording will note I keep an -- on it and foxnews.com.
You can check out the developments.
On this if indeed there are any out but I want to get to the.
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