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Roman Polanski’s victim Samantha Geimer ‘very pleased’ with extradition ruling

Roman Polanski’s victim Samantha Geimer ‘very pleased’ with extradition ruling



Filmmaker Roman Polanski cannot be extradited over a 1977 sex crime conviction in the United States, a Polish court ruled. Polanski said he felt “relief”.

“I believe they did the right thing and made the right decision given all the facts, ” Roman Polanski’s victim, Samantha Geimer, told NBC News in an exclusive interview. “Since I’m well aware of how long this has been going on, I’m very pleased and happy.”

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Geimer, 52, said that’s partially for “selfish” reasons — the media attention around each twist and turn of the nearly 40-year saga has been horrible for her and her family.


Read the full story at MSNBC News, by Cassandra Vinograd





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