For a while now, we've been following the ridiculous story of Richard O'Dwyer
, the student in the UK who the US is trying to extradite to face criminal
charges, all because he created a website where people linked
to streaming TV shows (some legal, some not). At no time did he host illegal content. He just built the site. While the public has spoken out
against the extradition, the Home Office, led by Home Secretary Theresa May, has so far held fast
to sending O'Dwyer across the Atlantic.
Given all that, it's interesting to see this story, sent over by PressurCookrTheatr
, highlighting the kinds of folks that Theresa May and the UK Home Office have refused to extradite
over the last few years. It turns out it's a large and growing number, and even includes some terrorists. In those cases, however, May has...