FBI warns American chef of death threats in Belfast

An American chef who, the PSNI claims, broke into Castlereagh Barracks outside Belfast in 2002 as part of an IRA gang searching for secret files has said that extradition proceedings against him must be dropped.

16th June, 2007

An American chef who, the PSNI claims, broke into Castlereagh Barracks outside Belfast in 2002 as part of an IRA gang searching for secret files has said that extradition proceedings against him must be dropped.

This follows an FBI warning that he faces a death threat if he returns to the North.

The FBI informed Larry Zaitschek, who strenuously denies any link to the break-in at the barracks on St Patrick’s Day 2002 or any involvement...

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