CAROLINE SUSPECT TO BE GIVEN UP.Byline: BARRY WIGMORE
THE man accused of killing British schoolgirl Caroline Dickinson could be extradited next week - much earlier than expected.
A judge in Miami yesterday rejected a habeas corpus habeas corpus (hā`bēəs kôr`pəs) [Lat.,=you should have the body], writ directed by a judge to some person who is detaining another, commanding him to bring the body of the person in his custody at a specified time to a plea by Spanish waiter Francisco Arce Francisco Javier Arce Rolón (born April 2, 1971 in Paraguari) is a retired Paraguayan soccer player at the position of right defender.
Arce played for Paraguay in the 1998 and 2002 FIFA World Cups and has appeared 61 times for his country. Montez, 51, which would have allowed him to fight extradition extradition (ĕkstrədĭsh`ən), delivery of a person, suspected or convicted of a crime, by the state where he has taken refuge to the state that asserts jurisdiction over him. for months or even years.
Judge Ursula Ungaro-Benages said she will consider this weekend whether to hand him to French authorities.
Caroline, 13, from Launceston, Cornwall, was raped and suffocated in a French youth hostel youth hostel
Supervised shelter providing inexpensive overnight lodging, particularly for young people. Often located in scenic or historic areas, hostels range from simple farmhouses to hotels able to house several hundred people. during a school trip in 1996.
Montez also faces sex assault charges in Miami. They may be put on hold so he can be tried in France.