Do you remember the murder of Anni Dewani? Anni was a beautiful young woman on honeymoon in South Africa with her apparently doting husband when tragedy struck and she was murdered. Her distraught husband told police that the couple were set upon by a gang of locals which resulted in the death of Anni.
It did not take long for the police to doubt husband Shrien's version of events and question him as a suspect. They believe that he hired the men to kill his wife.
All of that happened in 2010 but there has been no justice for Anni and her family. Mr Dewani returned to the UK and fought against extradition to South Africa to stand trial. The BBC reports "Mr Dewani, 33, from Bristol, is accused of plotting to kill 28-year-old Anni Dewani, who was shot in the head on the outskirts of Cape Town in November 2010. Mrs Dewani's sister said they were satisfied with the decision but added that their battle has "just begun".
Shrien suffered a mental collapse which has led to a block on his extradition. The decision that he will now be extradited will be appealed by his lawyers.
Mr Dewani was diagnosed with PTSD following the killing of his wife Anni. He is receiving treatment at a hospital near Bristol for mental health issues. According to Mr Dewani's family he has planned to return to South Africa as soon as his health is such that he is fit to stand trial and able to enter a plea. They maintain he is not at the stage yet.
Those who decided it was time he was extradited claim that he may not be fit to take the stand yet but that his recovery is imminent. They maintain that he should be in South Africa ready to stand trial when that happens.
Zola Tongo, who was the taxi driver in this case, was an early arrest by police for the murder. He quickly entered a plea bargain with the authorities, claiming that Shrien Dewani had masterminded the alleged carjacking and robbery.
Source: The BBC