“US Dept’s of State and Justice deny extradition of Isaias brothers”
Extradition denied for the fourth time due to lack of evidence
On June 20, 2013, the Embassy of the United States received a diplomatic note from its State Department once again denying the extradition of the siblings, William and Roberto Isaias Dassum because Ecuador has not provided any evidence to support the accusation of bank embezzlement.

In the first part of the diplomatic note it states:

“After carefully review by both the Department of State and of Justice, the State Department would like to inform the Government of Ecuador that the United States is not able to proceed with the extradition request against Roberto Isaias Dassum and William Isaias Dassum at this time”.

The US Departments of State and Justice denied the extraditions based on the factual history of the requests made by the Ecuadorean Government dated August 16, 2001, July 7, 2008, December 22, 2009 and September 28, 2010.

The correista regime has requested the extradition three times, one year after another, demonstrating the hurried persecution to apprehend their political trophies without providing a request that satisfies the need of “probable cause” as a standard of legal sufficiency in conformity with that demanded by the US Departments of State and Justice.

The aforementioned diplomatic note also states the following:

“the extradition request by Ecuador appears to be based on the theory that Roberto and William Isaias Dassum during their administration as executives of Filanbanco misappropriated funds granted by the Central Bank of Ecuador to Filanbanco. Ecuador has not provided any evidence that the Isaias brothers deliberately participated in the planning of the misappropriation, nor that they took the funds from the Central Bank in the amount alleged”.

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