which they very easily could do over the phone, skype or send a person to him to question him
Or he could go back to the country he fled and answer the fucking questions. Oh and by the way, they DID send someone to talk to him, just recently, he refused. Stop being an ignorant douche and open your eyes.
How your post got modded as insightful when it isn't is pretty insightful in itself as to how misinformed people can be.
Ironic considering I was thinking thing exact same thing.
And yes, they can agree not to extradite him to the US should they attempt to do so. Something they refused to do.
Sweden, BY LAW, does not extradite to countries that have the death penalty as an option. They can not legally agree to extradite him to the United States so there is no need to 'refuse'. They can't make the choice to refuse, its already made for them.
The reality of it is, he's a fuck who's trying not to get punished for breaking the law.