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Topic - Ian Bailey
An Englishman long suspected of killing a French filmmaker in Ireland won his appeal Thursday against his extradition to France, capping a two-year legal battle that raised troubling questions about Ireland's handling of the case.
It remains one of Ireland's great unsolved murders. But now, 14 years on, France may be about to get to the bottom of it.
"You wouldn't believe the hell that we have been put through by this awfulness," Bailey said outside Dublin's Four Courts building, his partner Jules Thomas by his side.
"It is nowhere stated that its purpose is simply for the investigation of the offense," he said.