Father's concern over extradition bid
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Concerns voiced in Lauri Love US extradition case

The father of a man facing extradition to the US over alleged cyber-crime says he has serious concerns for his son's well-being.

The US wants to prosecute Lauri Love, 31, of Stradishall, for alleged cyber-hacking.

Lawyers say if found guilty he could spend up to 99 years in prison.

His father Alexander, who now works as a prison chaplain, fears his son will kill himself rather than be extradited.

  • 28 Jun 2016