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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
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Topic - Luka Rocco Magnotta
Body parts mailed to two Vancouver schools were mailed from Montreal and are thought to be linked to the killing and dismemberment of a Chinese student, police said Wednesday, as the Canadian porn actor suspected in the case awaited extradition after his arrest in Germany.
A 29-year-old Canadian porn actor accused of videotaping a killing and mailing the victim's body parts to the country's top political parties has been arrested in Germany, officials in both countries said Monday.
The Supreme Court has approved the extradition of a convicted murderer wanted in the United States in the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway seven years ago.
A porn actor wanted in a case in which body parts from a dismembered corpse were mailed to places including the Conservative Party headquarters might have fled North America, Canadian police said Thursday.
Israel on Thursday handed over to the Palestinian government the remains of 91 militants who had been killed while carrying out suicide bombings and other attacks in an effort to renew long-stalled peace talks.
After the request arrives, Magnotta will officially have to tell the court whether he objects to the request.
He has told German authorities he would not fight extradition.