Hey HappyDad why not look up the Treaty
Goolge is a great tool to keep yourself from looking like an asshat. So before flapping your idiot thoughts based on anecdotal evedince....why not go look it up.
Looks like his case would meet all of the requirements.
ARTICLE 2 Extraditable Offenses (1) An offense shall be an extraditable offense if it may be punished under the laws of both Contracting Parties by deprivation of liberty for a maximum period of more than one year or by any greater punishment. (2) An offense shall also be extraditable if it consists of an attempt to commit or participation in the commission of any offense described in paragraph (1) of this Article. Extradition shall also be granted for illicit association, as provided by the laws of Costa Rica , to commit any offense described in paragraph (1) of this Article, and for conspiring as provided by the laws of the United States of America , to commit any such offense. (3) For the purpose of this Article, an offense shall be an extraditable offense: (a) Whether or not the laws of the Contracting Parties place the offense within the same category of offenses or denominate the offense by the same terminology; or (b) Whether or not the offense is one for which United States federal law requires, for the purpose of establishing jurisdiction in a United States federal court, proof of interstate transportation, or use of, or effect on, the mails or other facilities affecting interstate or foreign commerce. (4) When extradition has been granted for an extraditable offense, it may also be granted for any other offense specified in the request for extradition, even if the other offense may be punished by less than one year's deprivation of liberty in either State, provided that all other requirements for extradition are met. The Requesting State shall submit the documentation required by Article 9 for each offense for which extradition is requested pursuant to this paragraph.