Darrell Romano, Ivan Djuracic, Aaron Anderson and Jamie Nenasheff are accused of stuffing hallowed out logs with marijuana and reassembling them at a workshop in Armstrong before it was shipped on a flatbed truck to California in 2006.
The Minister of Justice ordered them extradited to the U.S. to face charges of conspiracy and possession to distribute.
The men appealed, arguing they didn’t know the destination of the shipment and exposure to the American sentencing regime would violate their charter right.
B.C. Court of Appeal ruled Minister not required to consider knowledge of marijuana destination, no infringement of their Charter right.
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But B.C.’s highest court dismissed the appeal and upheld the extradition order.