A fugitive killer found hiding in Toronto has been ordered back to his native country five-and-a-half years after he was discovered here. Iusein had been convicted of stabbing a professional wrestler to death in Romania in and was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
Two years after the murder, his sentence was interrupted so he could receive medical treatment. He was supposed to return to prison 21 months later, but instead fled to Canada where he had been living previously.
He met his wife two years later, became a permanent resident of Canada and, inthe couple gave birth to a son. That summer, Iusein returned to Romania for a dating în ontario ca.
Despite the apparent suspicions of an immigration officer and the fact that he was convicted of assault, Iusein was granted Canadian citizenship. Following his arrest by the fugitive squad inIusein was released on bail, but breached his conditions and went disappeared, only to be re-arrested by Toronto police in He has been in custody ever since, arguing to have his application for extradition stayed on the dating în ontario ca that, according to him, he had been beaten, tortured and sexually assaulted by Romanian authorities following his arrest and coerced into giving a false confession.
Iusein had claimed he was subjected to "violent and painful beatings In my view, this litany of abuse did not happen, and was simply manufactured by the applicant, in order to avoid being returned to Romania to serve the remainder of his sentence for murder. Canada cannot become a sanctuary for convicted murderers from other countries.
Regardless, Parry said, Iusein remains committed to "clearing his name," be it in Romania or Canada.