|Mehul Choksi a/k/a Jabba the Hutt|
His grounds are that he fears his life will be in danger, should he be returned to India, from not only other detained inmates, but from his victims, whom he alleges have threatened his life on television and radio, ostensibly to send a message to deter future potential fraudsters and scammers.
His argument fails miserably; the Government of India should not give Choksi a free pass for his crimes, simply because he might be in danger while held in custody. The rights of his victims to justice trump any possible phantom concerns that Choksi might have for his safety. How does solitary confinement, pending trial sound, Mr. Choksi ?
|Gaston Browne, Antigua's Godfather|