Ukraine Extradites to U.S. a Criminal Accused of Violence over Children
Ukraine, Kiev, Dec. 15 / corr. Trend Z. Novsvitski / On Dec. 15 Ukraine intends to extradite American Bruce Stefan Anger, accused of violence over children, to his homeland - the United States.
Employees of the Central Department for Organized Crime Enforcement detained Anger on Dec. 14, according to Gazeta po kievski daily (№ 288 dated Dec. 15).
On Dec. 12 the U.S law-enforcement agencies through Interpol applied to the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs with request to find American citizen Bruce Stefan Anger.
Later it was revealed that this American lived near Kiev and even got a job of an English teacher in one of schools.
Anger arrived in Kiev in November 2007, Elena Melnik, spokesperson for the central department, said. "While registration he indicated that he had arrived in Kiev at invitation of one of state organizations.
In a while Americans applied to us with request to find and extradite him to the United States," Melnik said.
Anger was known as maniac pedophile in his homeland, Texas St., Melnik said. Anger was accused of constant violence over children in one of Texas colleges where he taught mathematics and trained school football team. He disappeared when the police found it out.
Law-enforcement agencies assume that Anger chose Ukraine to reside because Kiev and Washington haven't signed the agreement on extradition from Ukraine to the United States at that moment (in 2007).
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