Dear Sir, Yet again Christopher Skase pulls the victimisation card from the deck and lays it on the table and yet again Spain has failed in its international obligation to hand over a suspected criminal. Christopher Skase has been “dying” for 10 years now. That's 10 years of swimming, sunbaking, tennis - oh and dying of course. I've always had a deep suspicion of the law system (regardless of the country) for the lack of actual justice it hands out, but now I've come to the realisation that the law is more than an ”ass”, it's also a direct competitor to common decency and accountability. I wonder if Skase had murdered someone, would Spain be so weak? Probably. Perhaps this is a sign of an amoral society. 90 days to live eh? We'll be counting the days in Australia.

Chris Hill. Melbourne, Australia
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