It's not clear how relevant this article from a couple of months back is to the Marc Emery case, but I'm betting someone can dig a little hypocrisy out of it somewhere, no?
A group of US soldiers arrested for alleged cocaine smuggling cannot be allowed to stand trial in Colombia, Washington's envoy to Bogota has said.
Colombian senators have been calling for the men, who were based in the country, to be extradited from the US.
But US ambassador William Wood said the soldiers are immune from prosecution.
Well, as long as there's some kind of quid pro quo, right?
More than 200 Colombian citizens have been extradited to the US to face trial for drug trafficking, under a bilateral deal between the two countries.
Well, so much for that quid pro quo.