It’s puzzling why Martin Frankel, the ex-international fugitive who allegedly boned up on U.S. extradition treaties with various foreign countries before his four-month flight from justice, chose to hide out in a Hamburg hotel suite.

Indeed, the Greenwich money manager suspected of a massive insurance scam seemingly could have found a better harbor than Germany from which to fight extradition, as he reportedly plans to do now that he been captured and placed inside a German jail.

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