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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Lee Carter
The case of a Loudoun County Public Schools employee fired after taking approved medical leave for treatment of a brain tumor will go to a jury trial after a federal judge last week refused to dismiss her complaint.
Randy Quaid says he would like to return to the United States one day, but he and his wife still fear they are being persecuted by California prosecutors and tabloid media.
A California prosecutor says U.S. officials have rejected a request to seek the extradition of actor Randy Quaid and his wife from Canada to face felony vandalism charges.
Actor Randy Quaid and his wife told Canada's immigration board Friday they are seeking refuge in Canada because they are being persecuted in the United States, after they were arrested on U.S. warrants related to vandalism charges.
Actor Randy Quaid told Canada's immigration board Friday that he and his wife are seeking asylum from "the murderers of Hollywood" and will therefore apply for refugee status in Canada, after they were arrested on U.S. warrants related to vandalism charges.
A prosecutor in California says Randy Quaid and his wife have been arrested in Canada and their bail increased to $500,000 apiece.
Actor Randy Quaid and his wife told Canada's immigration board Friday they are seeking refuge in Canada because they are being persecuted in the U.S., after they were arrested on U.S. warrants related to vandalism charges.
A judge issued arrest warrants Monday for Randy Quaid and his wife after they failed to show up at a court hearing stemming from their arrests last month on suspicion of illegally squatting at a home, a prosecutor said.
"They're being treated like anyone else who commits a crime in our jurisdiction," he said. "They get prosecuted."
Carter also denied the Quaids' accusations that there is a vendetta in Santa Barbara against them.