Brodsky may be extradited to Germany by end of week

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August 10, 2010 18:18

 
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Alleged Israel spy Uri Brodsky will be extradited to Germany for trial as soon as Friday, a spokesman for the German state prosecutors told Reuters on Tuesday.

"I'm gearing up for him possibly arrive on Friday," the spokesman from Cologne was quoted by Reuters as saying.

After he arrives in Cologne, a German judge will have to determine if Brodsky will be brought up on charges and remain in custody or whether a deal with defense lawyers could be reached.

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