Though I certainly understand the EU Human Rights position on many requested extraditions, I do not understand the UK's refusal to extradite Tobias Bowen. Accused of child rape, molestation, endangerment, and more.....extreme evidence beyond a simple accusation, and more than one victim. The reasoning being the US does not impose a definining length of incarceration prior to a trial. Our system has parameters of sentencing for crimes, but the actuality of the sentence, if convicted, is imposed after the trial via a sentencing hearing.
Seems to me, since the advent of the EU, criminals and suspected criminals are able to use the loopholes of Human Rights tenets to avoid and escape consequences of their actions if they can just slip across the pond or across a less friendly border, into the UK. And, it seems to me that the UK's hands are tied up often by the EU rules.
The only upside I can see to this is he will no longer be a threat to any children here.