Ian Bailey's solicitor says his client is relieved state will not appeal High Court decision that rejected his extradition to France
Frank Buttimer says he believes the process has reached a stopping point
Ian Bailey's solicitor says his client is relieved that The state will not appeal a High Court decision that rejected his extradition to France.
The court ruled earlier this month that he should not be surrendered to French authorities after he was found guilty of
the murder of Sophie Toscan de Plantier in his absence in a Paris court last year.
The French woman was killed in west Cork in 1996, and Ian Bailey has always denied any involvement in her death.
Bailey's solicitor Frank Buttimer says he believes the process has reached a stopping point:
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