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'Dog, The Bounty Hunter" Arrested. Faces Extradition..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by CRC, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. CRC

    CRC Survivor of Tidal Waves | RIP 7-24-2015 Moderator Emeritus Founding Member


    MSNBC has learned that U.S. officials have arrested TV reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman and two family members in Hawaii for extradition to Mexico.

    Chapman's wife told MSNBC's Rita Cosby that heavily armed U.S. marshals arrived at the family's house today and took away Chapman, his brother, Tim, and son, Leland.

    "I was getting the children ready for school and the U.S. marshals burst in our door and they just came right in and took him," said Beth Chapman on MSNBC.

    "He was in shock. He was, he was shocked. He was shocked and he was amazed that the marshal's service that came to get him didn't even treat him as kind as he treats his own prisoners."

    A representative from the Marshal's office had a different version of what happened in Hawaii.

    "There were 7 deputy marshals who went to Chapman's home," said Jay Beber, from the U.S. marshal's office in Hawaii.

    "We knocked on the door to announce that we were U.S. marshals. … Mr. Chapman was compliant and very respectful."

    The Chapmans were in custody and expected to remain in custody for three days until a bond hearing is held.

    Cosby said she was told that Mexican government officials wanted the three men sent back there in relation to a three-year-old case.

    In 2003, the Chapmans went to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to retrieve Max Factor heir Andrew Luster, who was wanted in the U.S. on rape charges.

    Luster is now in jail, serving a 124-year term, but at the time, the Chapmans were also jailed by Mexican authorities for a brief time three years ago.

    Bounty hunting is considered a crime in Mexico.

    At the time, the Chapmans were charged by Mexican authorities with illegally capturing Luster. The three returned to the United States after posting bail of their own.


    There is a video toward the middle of the page from msc.com with Beth being interviewed....

    Now...I have a lot of friends in Texas...and my cousins grew up in Amarillo...

    sooooo...with what I have heard over the years....There have been murders commited in Texas and in order to get the scumbag back over to stand trial you have to go thru a lengthy process plus usually not go for the death penalty (Cause Texas uuuuussseeeesss it.....;) ). You don't just call the Mexican government or fax them a warrant and expect it to get acted on in a timely manner. You have to bug the crap out of them to get a response.

    Why did the US government act so dadgum quickly??

    Just wondering if anyone could shed some light here? I just find it curious...that's all...
  2. ricdoug

    ricdoug Monkey+++

    Unfortunately, Dog and his crew broke the laws of Mexico. They should have used more covert techniques. There are reciprocal agreements between governments. Dog's a Fall Guy for some other arrangement. Ric
  3. TailorMadeHell

    TailorMadeHell Lurking Shadow Creature

    Just another 'Can't Do' brought to you by the PTB as their Kiss Ass program grows larger and larger. Soon it will be illegal to blow your nose in all countries of the world and if you do you will be sent to the country you offended and be put to death by slowly being paper-cut to death by a tissue. Makes as much sense.

    Hell look at the truth of it. Dog and his family members may sit in a rotting town of a prison for fifty years before he even receives a trial which will most likely come back with a guilty charge and send him back to his 'prison town' unless of course if the officials don't try to blackmail him to gain a small fortune as a condition of his release.

    Seems the tacos are getting more and more rancid. Time to take the garbage out?
  4. monkeyman

    monkeyman Monkey+++ Moderator Emeritus Founding Member

    We should just make them a good deal and extradit all their criminals that have jumped our border illegaly instead of sending them one of our own citizens. After all if they would honor the extradition laws and would have gone and picked up Max Factor heir Andrew Luster then there would have been no need for 'Dog' to have ever gone there in the first place.
  5. Quigley_Sharps

    Quigley_Sharps The Badministrator Administrator Founding Member

    The Rotten *&^%$ ( insert MFs)
    They will go to the trouble to arrest Dog and not the MF criminals out there.
    And do it for the *&^%$ Mexican Goverment!
    The Max factor dude is a sick and twisted *&^%$ and he got 124 years because of Dog.
  6. E.L.

    E.L. Moderator of Lead Moderator Emeritus Founding Member

    God forbid they actually did anything against the drug cartels, let alone ask for extradition for someone that broke a minor law. The Mexicans are just looking for a payday, if they are anything they are crooked and between Dog and the TV network they have more than enough to "grease the skids" and get him back home.
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