The suspect has interim name suppression.
The 42 year old woman was surrended to New Zealand authorities on Monday night and arrived at Auckland airport yesterday morning. She was taken to the Manukau Police Station where she will spend the night in custody. The South Korean Ministry of Justice said in a statement, ‘With the extradition, we hope that the truth of the case, which has garnered worldwide attention, will be revealed through the fair and strict judicial process of New Zealand.’
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