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Jack Shepherd: UK fugitive branded 'arrogant' by family of speedboat crash victim after handing himself into Georgia police

Independent Thursday, 24 January 2019
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Fugitive Jack Shepherd will be extradited to the UK after he handed himself in to police in Georgia.

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