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In Rare Move, Japan Extradites Two of Its Own Citizens to the U.S. to Face DOJ Prosecution

Extradition from Japan is rare, and even more so for Japanese nationals in connection with white collar offenses. But on April 17, 2019, Japan extradited two of its own citizens to the United States—Junzo Suzuki, and his son, Paul Suzuki—in connection with their alleged roles in a $1.5 billion Ponzi scheme. The extradition followed the Suzukis’ arrest in January 2019 by Japanese authorities at the request of the United States.

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