251.11 Insull, Samuel/66

The Secretary of State to the Chargé in Greece (Morris)

No. 1099

Sir: The Department has received the requisition of the Governor of Illinois, dated November 15, 1932, and papers in support thereof, in the matter of the extradition from Greece of Samuel Insull, otherwise known as Samuel Insull, Senior, a fugitive from the justice of the United States said to have taken refuge in Greece and charged in the State of Illinois with embezzlement by a person hired, salaried or employed to the detriment of his employer or principal. (Also known in the Statutes of the State of Illinois as larceny and larceny by bailee) (several offenses).

A certified set of papers in the case is enclosed.21 You are instructed to authenticate under the seal of the Legation the certificates of the Department of State attached to the papers. You are also instructed to make formal application for the surrender of the fugitive pursuant to existing treaty stipulations between the United States and Greece.

The President’s warrant authorizing Messrs. Charles A. Bellows and Andrew J. Vlachos22 to take the fugitive into custody, is also enclosed.21

Very truly yours,

For the Secretary of State:
W. R. Castle, Jr.
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  2. Assistant State’s Attorneys of Illinois.
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