The accused Colombian money launderer, ALEX NAIN SAAB MORAN, who fears he will be spending Life in Prison if extradited to Miami, has secured a Nigerian attorney, who has filed a totally bogus suit in the ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) Court of Justice in Abuja, Nigeria, claiming all the usual defenses; Political case, Diplomatic immunity, illegal arrest warrant, and Human Rights violations, including torture.
Cape Verde courts have already ruled against Saab on these issues, and he dreads the jury verdict of an American court, which cannot be bought and paid for. The case is not an appeal as a matter of right, but in the nature of a Habeus Corpus as a Writ of Amparo, to protect Constitutional rights. It is obviously filed solely for the purposes of delay; it is not known whether it will be be considered by Cape Verde, but its acceptance is discretionary.
Saab is a Colombian money launderer acting on behalf of President Maduro of Venezuela, and his criminal cartel. He was issued a diplomatic passport by Antigua & Barbuda, and owns several offshore shall banks in the Caribbean. His eventual extradition and subsequent trial will again focus attention on Venezuelan money laundering for Iran.