BBC News – Richard O’Dwyer case- TVShack creator’s US extradition approved.

Uploaded by 1954mugsy to YouTube on March 13, 2012 released the following:

BBC News – Richard O'Dwyer case- TVShack creator's US extradition approved.

Home Secretary Theresa May has approved the extradition to the US of a student accused of copyright infringement.

The US authorities say 23-year-old Sheffield student Richard O’Dwyer’s TVShack website hosted links to pirated films and television programmes.

A spokesman said Mrs May had “carefully considered all relevant matters” before signing the order.

Mr O’Dwyer’s mother, Julia, told the BBC that for Richard “the decision doesn’t feel very real, it’s just a nightmare”.”

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