Court dismisses appeal of man accused of fraud to avoid extradition

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A former Pictou County’s man attempt to delay his extradition to the United States has been dismissed by the Court of Appeal. Cyril Gordon Lunn, 68, had challenged a federal justice minister’s decision to surrender him to the United States to face bankruptcy fraud charges. Lunn is a Canadian citizen, but lived in the United States where he owned a business. He is accused of funneling $3 million to $4 million to Canada before declaring bankruptcy in 2001.

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