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Old 06-08-2010, 11:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Patty G View Post
There were 10 FBI agents within the area, and could have easily arrested Joran. Although they say "not enough evidence" however I do not buy that one at all.

Heck, the bride that tried to hire someone to kill her husband and she was under surveillance, as soon as she paid the money to the undercover cop, she was arrested.

Another example, Cummings/Croslin arrested while handing pills over to an undercover cop.
The FBI has no jurisdiction to arrest someone that is not on American soil, that has not been indicted, and would not have been indicted on a crime that requires extradition
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