Arizona Prosecutor Rejects Extradition of Suspected Killer to NY Over Trust Issues with Bragg’s Prosecution


She doesn’t believe Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will prosecute the accused criminal. The woman claims she does not have faith in Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

Rachel Mitchell of the Maricopa County attorney general announced at a press conference on Wednesday that she would not release Raad Almansoori, a 26-year-old man, to authorities in New York City. Mitchell said it was safer for the public if he remained in Arizona than to risk his release by Bragg.

Almansoori is a wanted suspect by the NYPD. He is suspected of the brutal killing committed by a suspect at the SoHo 54 Hotel in Watts Street, on 8th February, by a 38-year old mother-of-two who was found dead. Police suspect that a suspect smacked the 38-year-old mother of two with an iron. Plastic pieces from the device were found in her skull.

Police arrested a man in Arizona this week for allegedly stabbing two women in a McDonald’s bathroom and attempting to rape them at gunpoint. At the time of his death, Oleas Arancibia was on bail after being accused of kidnapping and sexually abusing another sexworker in Sumter County in Florida in 2023.

In her statement, Rachel Mitchell said that she did not trust police officers to perform their duties. She put more faith in prosecutors.

Mitchell stated, “I’m aware of the discussions about New York wanting this person extradited and that this was not directed at the New York Police Department. I know they did an excellent job. We won’t accept the extradition. ”

“We keep him here.” I told my extradition lawyers that these sentences are mandatory.

“I have seen the Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg is a violent New Yorker criminal who said, “I’ve seen how the Manhattan D.A.

District Attorneys from some large jurisdictions don’t trust their counterparts, who come from rationaler regions. The case of Alvin Bragg seems to have sparked this distrust.