shawnigan lake man faces extradition over 1990 death in u.s.
A Shawnigan Lake man was extradited to the United States on suspicion of decades.
The old murder in California appeared in B. C.
Supreme Court opens WednesdayAnthony (Anton)
Michael Kubica has been charged with the murder of 78 people-year-
On June 28, 1990, the body of old Mary Darling was found by hikers in the desert of the corchera Valley.
Darling\'s foot was wrapped in tape.
The autopsy showed that she died blunt.
The head was created, resulting in multiple skull fractures. The U. S.
The government has asked the Attorney General of Canada to extradite Kubika to the United States. S.
So he can be tried.
On Wednesday, the court\'s ban on the evidence prevented the times colonists from reporting most of the material submitted by federal Attorney General Stacey Repas
In his opening remarks, Repas said his case \"will be based solely on evidence . . . . . . A reasonable jury, if properly directed, is it possible to find Kubica guilty of murder.
Kubica\'s defense lawyer, Robert Mulligan, submitted a submission to the court that there was not enough evidence to support extradition to the United States. S.
\"In our case, with respect to Sir
There\'s nothing more important than a guilty doubt, Kubika, \"he said.
\"This evidence is not enough to cross the bridge to the homicide case.
Mulligan said: \"There is not enough evidence against Kubika for any offence in the 1990 s, he added
The case investigator did not provide further evidence today.
\"It is not possible to extradite a person on request, under suspicion or under speculation,\" Mulligan said . \".
Mulligan also expressed concern that two key witnesses, the neighbors of Kubica\'s late wife Connie Joe and Darling, could not testify. Connie Joe died of cancer in 2010.
Kubica sat in the prisoner\'s box in a black polo shirt, white trim, jeans and brown boots.
He smiled at the five children sitting in the public gallery.
He has a short and fat figure with thin white hair on his head.
At the end of the day, he smiles, blows a kiss to his children and is allowed to talk briefly with them.
Riverside County district attorney\'s office claimed that Kubika, who was living in Palm Springs at the time, killed the wealthy widow, emptied her bank account and used the money to save his house from foreclosure
According to court documents made public on October, the Riverside Sheriff\'s Office claimed that \"a great deal of indirect evidence\" linked Kubika to Darin\'s death.
The last time Darling was seen by neighbors was in June 4, 1990.
Bank of California records show that cubika and his wife\'s Palm Springs home face foreclosure.
The cash deposit after Darling\'s murder allows Kubika to pay all outstanding mortgages in one lump sum.
The district attorney\'s office claims that Connie Joe Kubika, a financial adviser to Darling, has access to information about Darling\'s personal wealth.
A year later, a lawyer acting for the Darin family found that Darin\'s Swiss bank account had transferred $184,135 to Anguillan in the eastern Caribbean region.
According to the California court document, on May 24, 1990, Kubica opened a national bank account accepting the money.
Financial records show that Kubica went to Anguilla Bank to withdraw $170,000 in two separate transactions.
He asked the bank to transfer the remaining $130,000 in his name to the account of Royal Bank of Canada.
On 1993, investigators of the Riverside Sheriff searched the couple\'s home in Scottsdale, Arizona.
They seized the receipt from Palm Springs on June 1, 1990, including a receipt for the purchase of adhesive tape.
They also found the travel documents to Anguilla and the bank documents under the name of Kubica related to the Anguilla account.
Kubi is stuck in the Lake District of Shani.
He supported a controversial plan to build 500 houses in the kauikan Valley.
If the extradition request is approved, Kubika will be held on Vancouver Island until he is shipped to the United States.
Extradition hearings continue today in Vancouver.