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Russia extradited to Poland a man who had been wanted for rape and murder for more than 15 years
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The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation has considered the request of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland for the extradition of Jacques Mirosław Dariusz with the view of his criminal prosecution.

In August 2020, after the report to the police by a woman residing in Ivanovo about the beatings caused by her partner, the policemen detained a citizen who did not have documents on him and introduced himself as Mark Rosso. According to fingerprint records, it was established that the detained man was Jacques Mirosław Dariusz, a native of Lodz, the Republic of Poland, who was wanted for the murder and rape committed in 1995.

The Frunzensky District Court of Ivanovo chose a preventive measure in the form of detention for Jacques Mirosław Dariusz pending his extradition to the competent bodies of the Republic of Poland.

As follows from the documents presented by the Polish party, the Regional Prosecutor’s Office of Łódź-Śródmieście (Center) (the city of Łódź-Śródmieście) is investigating the criminal matter against Jacques Mirosław Dariusz charged with the above crimes. According to the investigation, in 1995, he raped and killed a woman.

The court in Poland applied a preventive measure in the form of provisional arrest in respect of Dariusz, and he was put on the wanted list.

The actions of Jacques Mirosław Dariusz are punishable under the Russian criminal law and are covered by Article 102 (“e”) of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR (premeditated murder accompanied by rape). The statute of limitations for prosecution under the laws of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Poland has not expired.

Jacques Mirosław Dariusz is a citizen of the Republic of Poland, he has not acquired the Russian citizenship. In this regard, there are no obstacles to his extradition provided for by international treaties and the legislation of the Russian Federation.

The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation has granted the request of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland for the extradition of Jacques Mirosław Dariusz with the view of his criminal prosecution.

The decision of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia has entered into legal force.

Today, Jacques Mirosław Dariusz was taken home, accompanied by a special convoy.

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