What we are talking about here is the extradition of people from within the borders of sovereign countries to the US because they are accused of diverting money away from US corporate interests. In other words we are talking about people who are accused of diverting revenue away from private business interests.
While the US will flex its muscles to compel other countries to surrender others when money is at stake it is entirely another matter when other countries seek to extradite a US citizen to face trial in other countries for their wrongs. The US has a consistent record of inconsistency in this regard. The clearest example the US's one rule for us and another for everyone else can be seen from the fact that not one US citizen has ever been held to account for the deaths of thousands of Indian nationals in the Bhopal Gas Disaster.