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>> Roman Polanski safe to stay in Poland. The country's supreme court rejecting a US request to extradite the filmmaker. A judge on Tuesday upholding an earlier district court ruling. The US wants to try to Polanski over a decades old child sex conviction. He pleaded guilty in 1977 to having sex with a 13-year-old girl.
But later fled the US believing he would be put in jail for longer than an agreed 42 days. The Oscar winning director, who's 83, has joint French and Polish citizenship. He mainly lives in Paris but has an apartment in south Poland. The US requested his extradition after he made a high profile appearance in Warsaw two years ago.