Alleged Mossad accomplice may face extradition from Poland

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July 4, 2010 15:53

 
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BERLIN - Alleged Israeli spy Uri Brodsky, who purportedly provided the fake German passport used in the Dubai assassination in January, may be extradited from Poland to Germany this week.

A hearing is slated on Monday in Warsaw to determine if Brodsky will be extradited to Germany for unlawful secret service activity in the Germany, as well as providing false information to a Cologne passport agency.

The Federal prosecutor in Karlsruhe alleges that Brodsky illegally obtained a German passport, which allowed a hit man using the name Michael Bodenheimer to travel to Dubai to kill Hamas commander and Iranian arms smuggler Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January.

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