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Question by  funnystuffislove (29)

What countries have no extradition agreements with the United States?

I would like to know what countries I would be safe to run to if I were wanted in the US for something.


Answer by  TMATM (499)

The most commonly heard of countries are China, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Madagascar, Mongolia, Morrocco, Nepal, Oman, Philippines, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia, Soviet Union, UAE, Vietnam, Yemen. There are many others, and some won't extradite if the US is looking to sentence you to death.


Answer by  guy (107)

The government of Israel currently has no extradition agreements with the United States government. Any Israeli citizen who commits a crime in the United States can flee to Israel to escape prosecution.


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

Why would you want to know this information unless you were planning to do something that you would be wanted for? In my moral conscience I can't help someone that is planning to do something wrong to someone else. Plus, by the time you got to any sort of transport to another country you would be caught.

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what if you just lived here all your life owed child support on a child who is now twenty seven year old ,were tiered and fed up with all the assnine laws and abuses of power and were ready to try life some were else?  add a comment

Answer by  NishaNeeraj (66)

Extradition agreement is an agreement entered into between counties saying that they don't have agree to hand over an offensive person to one another. United States have such agreements with many countries. Few countries that do not have this ex traditional agreement withe US are Oman, Nepal, China, Bhutan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait... etc.

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