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Ian Bailey in court on last day of Toscan du Plantier murder extradition hearing

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Ian Bailey, convicted for the 1996 murder of French citizen Sophie Toscan du Plantier, arrives at and leaves a Dublin court on the last day of his extradition hearing. Bailey is fighting extradition to France where he was sentenced last year in absentia to 25 years for the killing of the wife of a French film producer in Ireland. IMAGES

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