Canadian government could help: Extradition lawyer. But Watson isn't holding his breath.
Ally Foster Published: Wednesday, 06/27/2012 12:00 am EDT
Canadian-born marine conservationist and activist Paul Watson has been released on bail in Germany, awaiting a decision on an extradition request from Costa Rica, which he says could mean a death sentence before he even reaches trial.
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