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"Flash Crash" Trader Headed to U.S. After Losing Final Appeal

``Navinder Singh Sarao, the British trader accused of making $40 million spoofing markets from his bedroom, will be extradited to the U.S. to stand trial... "This case underlines how difficult it is to resist extradition to the U.S.," said Thomas Garner, a London lawyer at Gherson, who wasn't involved in the case. "Critics of the U.K.'s extradition relationship with the U.
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