1. you can be charged for a crime committed outside the United States that has a victim inside the United States.
2. It could be prosecuted as a state crime or a federal crime;
3. Probably about 4 year statute of limitations, but depends on state or fed and which state;
4. It wouldn't need to get tolled--it would get filed and law enforcement could choose to request extradition. the UK is in an extradition treaty with us, they may render you/him
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