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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

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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.”

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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