Re: Schrödinger's Embassy
As for the second, where's the indictment then? no indictment, no charges, no extradition order. Oh it's sealed? Sealed so that he'll be unaware of its existance and thus won't attempt to destroy or conceal evidence that may be gathered against him (the reason for sealing)
Wrong a sealed indictment means a only the parties to it can see it. Julian would still get a .copy.