Relatives of extradited Mongolian official questions fairness of British judiciary

ULAN BATOR, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- Relatives of a Mongolian official said Sunday British law enforcement agents did not return some of his personal belongings when they extradited him to Germany, local media reported Monday.
"British law enforcement agents did not give back my brother's Vacheron Constantin watch worth 28,000 Euros, his Versace glasses and Montblanc pens," Bat Tuya, elder sister of Bat Khurts, was quoted as saying.
Khurts, head of the executive office of Mongolia's National Security Council, was arrested under a European Arrest Warrant in September 2010 on suspicion of kidnapping and drugging Damiran Enkhbat in France in 2003 and then taking him back to Mongolia from Berlin.
Khurts' relatives, including his wife, elder brother and sister, tried to meet with Lord Nicholas Phillips, president of the British Supreme Court, who is on a visit to Mongolia, to protest about the case. However, their efforts failed due to tight security.
Britain extradited Khurts to Germany on Aug. 19 as Enkhbat's children, who are German citizens, filed charges against Khurts, said the reports.

Source:Xinhua news agency


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