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US cleared David Drumm to come home two weeks ago

It is unclear why he has not yet been returned to Ireland

6th March, 2016
David Drumm has been cleared by the US to come home

US authorities have considered former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm ready to be extradited back to Ireland for almost two weeks. However, it remains unclear why he has not yet been returned to Ireland.

The Office of International Affairs, a division of the Department of Justice in the US, and the Judicial Branch are understood to have completed their duties with respect to Drumm at the start of the last week of February.


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