Alleged Israeli agent appears before Polish court

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July 5, 2010 19:22

 
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BERLIN -  An Israeli citizen and alleged Mossad agent appeared at a Polish court that will decide whether to extradite him to Germany. A spokesman for the Federal German prosecutor in Karlsruhe told the Jerusalem Post on Monday that his office has not received  a “decision” from the Polish authorities that the suspected Israeli intelligence agent will be extradited to Germany.

The detained man, Uri Brodsky, entered Warsaw's district court Monday wearing a dark blue rain jacket with a hood pulled over his head. Escorted by anti-terror officers, Brodsky covered his face with his hands.

Court spokesman Wojciech Malek said it wasn't clear if the court would rule on his possible extradition Monday or at a later date.

According to the spokesman from the Federal German prosecutor, there is initially a 40 day deadline to issue a decision following the arrest. However,  the court could extend the deadline based on new evidence submissions.

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