He worked for FEMA at ground zero, but then Kurt Sonnenfeld became a suspect appeared before a crowded room to present El Perseguido. Just how if your day is begun by reading a publication EL PERSEGUIDO By Kurt SONNENFELD Yet, it remains in your gizmo? Everyone will consistently touch. Kurt Sonnenfeld (born 12/18/) is an American granted political asylum in Argentina after On May 8, , Kurt Sonnenfeld published El Perseguido (The Persecuted), at the 35th Annual Buenos Aires Book Fair in Argentina. In the book .
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Kurt Sonnenfeld – Wikipedia
Sonnenfeld had been employed as a videographer for the U. In the murder charges were dropped for lack of evidence but the prosecutor reserved the right to refile the charges. After a voluntary visit to the US embassy in Buenos Aires to secure a visa for his new wife, the US federal government made the first of numerous attempts to extradite him back to the US for the murder of his wife Nancy, notwithstanding the Colorado court’s decision not to prosecute him for the murder.
The Argentine government cited its spnnenfeld to the death penalty in its denial of the extradition requests.
He has spoken with former US president George Bush numerous times about this. Hero or Cold-Blooded Killer?
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Nancy Sonnenfeld died from a gunshot wound to the head on January 1, Police suspected Kurt Sonnenfeld of her murder and arrested him. His fingerprints were not on the gun found at the scene and his gunpowder residue tests were negative.
Gunpowder residue was found on his wife’s hand and her fingerprints were found on the magazine. Prosecutors dropped the case in June for lack of evidence but maintained the right to refile. The renewed interest by prosecutors in Colorado was premised on alleged confessions Sonnenfeld made to two cellmates while he was in jail awaiting trial. Inafter prosecutors in the office of former Denver District Attorney Bill Ritter dismissed the charges due to insufficient evidence, Sonnenfeld visited Argentina and married Paula Duran.
kurtt The US made an extradition request and Sonnenfeld was imprisoned for seven months in the Villa Devoto penitentiary, an infamous Buenos Aires prison, until an Argentine federal judge rejected the U. Argentina does not recognize the death penalty. Colorado assured Argentina that it would not seek the death penalty.
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