Speedboat killer case

Jack Shepherd interview
Jack Shepherd said he regretted going on the run and did so as a result of "animalistic fear".

Jack Shepherd set to appear in court for extradition hearing

Steve Rosenberg

BBC Moscow Correspondent

Tbilisi City Court

Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd is due to appear in court in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi this morning.

The 31-year-old was convicted of the manslaughter of Charlotte Brown in a speedboat crash.

Shepherd fled to Georgia in March 2018 before his trial started.

He was found guilty in his absence and sentenced to six years.

Shepherd handed himself into Georgian police in January and is due to have his extradition hearing.

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