Former Denver Resident Accused In Wife’s Death Will Be Extradited

CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – A former Denver resident once accused in his wife’s New Year’s death more than 10 years ago will be extradited to Colorado to face murder charges, various media reported Friday.

Authorities charged Kurt Sonnenfeld in the 2002 death of his wife, Nancy, but later dropped the case because of a lack of evidence. He claimed she committed suicide.

Media reported Friday that an Argentine court allowed the extradition. Sonnenfeld has been living in Argentina and is remarried with twin daughters.

Nancy Sonnenfeld was found shot to death in the couple’s home near Colfax Avenue and Clayton Street in east Denver on Jan. 1, 2002.

The charges were refiled when Denver police uncovered new information.

Sonnenfeld, who worked as a videographer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, claimed the government framed him for his wife’s death because he had proof the U.S. government was complicit in the terrorist…

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