Serious about Serious
"Who said it was intended solely for terrorism and serious crimes, and what did they mean by 'serious'?"
The definition is here, read it for yourself:
Oh wait, you just visited a military computer and tried to hack into their cgi-bin folder. Naughty you. You caused $700000 in damages, I'm not going to provide evidence of it, or even claim what you did that caused any actual changes. However since hacking is a crime in both countries, I want you extradited.
So what is serious? It's completely meaningless in a system where no evidence is offered and no challenge against the evidence can be made.
"What do *you* think the limit should be, below which someone could commit a crime elsewhere and then do a runner here in safety?"
Good point, why don't the Israeli extradite their ex Generals to face war crimes charges? What do you think? Evidence of bombing of civilian targets is recorded by the UN, shouldn't the government hand over the generals concerned to face war crimes charges?
We have that Infra red recording they offered as proof of missile attacks from the school, the one dated 2007 on Youtube, yet claimed as happening in 2009. We have the dead kids from the UN school they destroyed. We know the white phosphorous use against civilian targets.
So is that high enough to extradite, David Wilson?