The extradition hearing for the American Kevin Dahlgren, who is suspected of murdering four relatives in Brno, will begin in Virginia on 12 September, according to information provided by the Czech embassy in the United States. The Czech police suspect Mr. Dahlgren of murdering his cousin, her husband and two children and their house in Brno, when he was also staying, in May. He subsequently travelled to Vienna and flew to the United State. With information from the Czech police, FBI agents arrested Mr. Dahlgren upon his arrival in Washington. American courts rarely approve extradition of its citizens to be tried abroad.
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