Zentai’s fate to be decided today

October 8, 2009 by J-Wire
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The result of Charles Zentai’s appeal against his extradition to Hungary in connection with the 1944 killing of 18-yr-old Peter Balazs in Budapest will be made known today.

If his appeal fails, the 87-yr-old Perth resident will be remanded in custody to await the final decision which will lie in the hands of Federal Attorney-General Robert McLelland.

The Hungarian is wanted for questioning on the Balazs murder. It is claimed the 18-yr-old was spotted on a tram not wearing the manadatory yellow Star of David…Balazs was living under Swiss protection in Budapest.

J-Wire will produce a full report later today following the decision which will  show the original documents of indictment, arrest warrant and caricature of Peter Balazs.

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