Man accused of 1972 killing fighting extradition
A former deputy Nevada attorney general accused of a 1972 killing in Honolulu told a Reno judge Wednesday he wants to fight extradition to Hawaii because he believes his constitutional rights were violated when he was arrested last week. (Sept. 22)
Former deputy Nevada attorney general accused in woman's 1972 Hawaii killing tells judge his arrest was "unconstitutional"
Tudor Chirila, 77, is accused of second-degree murder in the 1972 fatal stabbing of Nancy Anderson in her Honolulu apartment.
Former Nevada deputy AG accused of 1972 killing of teen fighting extradition to Hawaii
Tudor Chirila, 77, said he was unlawfully arrested at a Reno hospital after police forced him earlier this month to provide saliva for a DNA sample that detectives say tied him to the cold case kil…