Frenchman ‘faces drug box extradition’

Pascal Fauret (left) and Bruno Odos leave a Court House in Santo Domingo after a conference on May 8, 2014.Image copyright

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Naudin is indicted of assisting pilots Pascal Fauret (left) and Bruno Odos shun a Dominican Republic

Egypt will extradite a Frenchman to a Dominican Republic for allegedly assisting a shun of dual pilots condemned in a drug case, his mother has said.

Christophe Naudin, a criminologist and aviation confidence expert, was arrested in Cairo progressing in February.

A decider in a Dominican Republic had released detain warrants for him and dual others in December.

The pilots were arrested in 2013 scheming to take off in a craft carrying 26 suitcases of cocaine.

They were condemned to 20 years in jail though during a interest routine fled to a French Antilles and afterwards on to France.

Naudin’s mother Michele told French media that she was sensitive of a Cairo profession general’s preference and that a routine would be fast.

The extradition procession will start on Sunday, an unnamed Egyptian central told a AFP news agency.

‘Air Cocaine’ case

Naudin and dual other French nationals – Aymeric Chauprade and Pierre Malinowski – are indicted of assisting to organize a shun from a Dominican Republic of pilots Pascal Fauret and Bruno Odos.

The pilots were convicted in Santo Domingo final Aug in a supposed “Air Cocaine” drug-trafficking case.

They had been arrested in Mar 2013 during a examination of Punta Cana on a secretly hired jet carrying 680kg (1,500lb) of cocaine.

After their self-assurance they were liberated underneath a authorised examination routine and barred from withdrawal a country.

But they managed to escape, reportedly by vessel to a French Antilles and from there by craft to France.

French media pronounced a pilots had formerly worked for a French navy and had been helped by former comprehension agents. The French government, however, pronounced it had zero to do with their escape.

The pilots contend they are trusting and have vowed to transparent their names.

They were arrested final Nov in Lyon though authorised experts contend an extradition is unlikely.