A fugitive accused of modifying a gun and making the bullets used to shoot and injure Taiwan's former president Chen Shui-bian in 2004 was extradited to the island from China on Friday, police said.
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (centre) is surrounded by police officers after a Taoist prayer service in southern Tainan, on January 6, 2012. A fugitive accused of modifying a gun and making the bullets used to shoot and injure Chen in 2004 has been extradited to the island from China, according to Taiwanese police.
Tang Shou-yi was arrested in Xiamen city in southeast China earlier this month and was returned to Taiwan under a reciprocal crime-fighting agreement, according to the island's Criminal Investigation Bureau.
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