Canadian CEO loses bids to avoid extradition to U.S. on fraud charges

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The CEO of a Canadian company alleged to have knowingly delivered shoddy armoured vehicles to the U.S. military has lost his bids to stave off extradition to face fraud charges south of the border, but his lawyer said Monday they will keep fighting.

William Whyte had challenged an order of committal issued by the judge presiding over his extradition hearing, as well as an order of surrender issued by the Minister of Justice of Canada cementing the court’s decision. The Court of Appeal for Ontario dismissed both challenges last week but Whyte’s lawyer, Brian Greenspan, said they will be filing an application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada.

Read the full article at Metro News.