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Old 03-03-2016, 02:58 PM
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Man, 38, Wanted for 'beating Another Man to Death at a Disco in Poland in 1996'

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Man, 38, wanted for 'beating another man to death at a disco in Poland in 1996' is arrested in New Jersey
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The US Attorney's office credited Kaldon's arrest to US Marshals directed by Juan Matos (pictured)

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A 38-year-old man accused of beating another man to death nearly two decades ago at a disco in Poland has been arrested in New Jersey.
Federal prosecutors said Rafal Kaldon was taken into custody Wednesday morning by US Marshals and is charged with being a fugitive from a foreign country.
Kaldon, who lives in Garfield, New Jersey, faces extradition.

In a complaint, prosecutors alleged that in August 1996 Kaldon and an accomplice 'entered a disco, walked up to [Norbert] Nowak, and without speaking to him, began to beat him.'

'They hit and kicked Nowak until he collapsed to the floor, at which point they continued to kick and beat him in the presence of several witnesses,' they alleged.

The complaint said that: 'Witnesses in the disco attempted to resuscitate Nowak, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.'

Kaldon's sister told authorities her brother took his passport and cash immediately after the beating and fled the country, according to the complaint.

The document said that 'Kaldon was charged with murder [...] and a warrant for his arrest was issued on February 11, 2002 by the Regional Public Prosecutor's Office in Stalowa Wola.'

A release from the US Attorney's office said: 'U.S. Attorney Fishman credited U. S. Marshals, under the direction of U.S. Marshal Juan Matos in Newark, with the arrest of Kaldon after being a fugitive from Poland for almost 20 years.'

The release, citing the complaint, said that: 'Pursuant to a treaty with the United States, the government of Poland submitted a formal request through diplomatic channels for Kaldon’s extradition.'

Defense attorney Nancy Lucianna told The Record: 'I expect him to be exonerated of these charges and not be extradited back to Poland.'
Lucianna told US Magistrate Judge Mark Falk that Kalon has a contracting business and he is married to a real estate broker.
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Old 03-03-2016, 09:29 PM
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Re: Man, 38, Wanted for 'beating Another Man to Death at a Disco in Poland in 1

There were disco tech in 1996 ? OH Poland ! Lol

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Old 03-06-2016, 08:01 AM
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Defense attorney Nancy Lucianna told: 'I expect him to be exonerated of these charges and not be extradited back to Poland.'

Lucianna told US Magistrate Judge Mark Falk that Kalon has a contracting business and he is married to a real estate broker.
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Lucianna said she intends to contest the extradition petition and in the meantime will renew her efforts to win Kaldon’s release as soon as she can put together a proper bail package that would include posting several properties and agreeing to GPS monitoring.

Kaldon, 40, is married to a U.S. citizen, has two children, and has been living the “American Dream,” Lucianna told the judge.

Kaldon lives with his family and parents in their own home and has been legally in the United States since 2000, she said. Every year, he reports to immigration officials in Newark who have approved annual work permits, she added.

If he was trying to avoid detection, Lucianna said after the hearing, “he’s been hiding in plain sight the entire time.”

He was charged with murder and a warrant was issued for this arrest in 2002, a six-year delay that Lucianna called “curious.”

The United States and Poland have an extradition treaty, but Lucianna questioned whether the charge of assault, listed in some of the papers, was subject to the treaty.

While Lucianna insisted that Kaldon is “a good family man” who does not pose a risk of flight or a danger to the community, Assistant U.S. Attorney Rebecca M. Sherill argued for detention until he can be extradited, citing the “vicious and violent nature of the charges.”
I also wonder why it took 6 years for an issued warrant for his arrest.

Good family man or not he still killed someone and wasn't punished for that so Defense attorney Nancy Lucianna basically says it's okay to get away with murder.
i also don't care if it happened 20 years ago or 50 years ago he still is a murderer and should be punished for that.

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Old 03-06-2016, 11:24 AM
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Re: Man, 38, Wanted for 'beating Another Man to Death at a Disco in Poland in 1

Tyskies.....

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