Federal agent admits to 'error' in former US pilot case

By Jack Gramenz
Updated November 29 2023 - 5:15pm, first published 5:09pm
A barrister for the federal police commissioner read a statement in court acknowledging an error. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)
A barrister for the federal police commissioner read a statement in court acknowledging an error. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)

Lawyers for a former fighter pilot facing extradition to the US say local courts are not a rubber stamp for overseas authorities, as they target an Australian federal agent's incorrect "assumption".

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