As a dilatory act, designed to delay King's extradition for an additional indefinite period, it is without equal for sheer arrogance, and is further evidence that politics trumps the Rule of Law in Antigua's corrupt courts. Allowing multiple unauthorized (and bogus) bogus appeals is the way they operate, when so instructed by senior officials in government, whose anti-American sentiment surfaces from time to time.
King faces a possible total sentence of one hundred and ten years of imprisoment, should he be convicted in the United States of all pending charges against him. He is believed to have first-hand knowledge of all those senior government officials who accepted bribes and kickbacks from Stanford, in both the current and the previous administrations, that could result in indictments of the power elite in Antigua, which is the reason his extradition has, and will be, foiled at the highest level.
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