colliric wrote:I think any extradition would set a bad precedent though. China no doubt would push for more to happen. You did it once, why not do it again? And again? And again?
That murderer was requested to be extradited to Taiwan, not China.
This news is also extremely disturbing. Of cause the UK has the right to demand their own embassy employees back safely and to know his exact whereabouts but China will call this "foreign meddling" of cause. He has the old pre-1997 HK passport too.
The UK has the right to demand to know where it's employee is and to demand he be returned safely.
FYI, I have already posted that news on page 25 and made a comment.
Come to think of it, the newest wave of skinster might be related to my negative comment against the British leader of opposition in that update, although I made a equally negative, if not more, comment on the British Prime Minister.