Louisville Kentucky

August 18, 2011 by USA Post 

Louisville KentuckyLouisville Kentucky, An e-mail – which is exactly how the police traced the Australian man accused of a fake bomb and the plot of extortion Kentucky.

The story in 12 pages, Paul Douglas Peters warrant jumps of the page as a thriller: “Count to 200 back if you move I can see…” Those were the closing words of Peters says police chilling Pulver spoke to Madeleine as a black box attached to her neck.

The report says she was home alone studying for an exam school and cried hysterically as developed chaos. Agents took ten hours to realize that the bomb was fake.

Later, Pulver said, “Yes, yes, everything is very surreal…. It’s good, I’m glad it’s over.”

Court records show that Peters left a ransom note on the neck of Pulver including a Gmail account for contact. The researchers tracked the IP address to an airport in Chicago, where Peter was seen in images of security.

The company was founded in May, but not accessed until 03 August, the day of the attack.

Peters flew through the airport, five days after Kentucky, where FBI agents found him in the backyard of the house of his ex-wife.

He was charged with kidnapping and burglary Tuesday in federal court in Louisville using the same pink shirt rolled to the elbows Pulver described the police.

Luke Moore Police New South Wales said: “He will remain in custody for a period of 60 days, at which time the Australian government made a formal request to U.S. authorities for a hearing extradition. ”

A judge set the hearing for the extradition of Paul Peters on October 14. Meanwhile, he remains in federal custody at the Oldham County Jail.

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