Black rainstorm warnings and typhoons would not stop a fugitive's challenge to a murder extradition from going ahead on time next month, a judge warned yesterday. Mr Justice Frank Stock said the case would start on July 6 'come hell or high water, black rain clouds or typhoons'. He expressed concern that three months after a preliminary hearing, he still had not been supplied with details of the case of 47-year-old Johnny Wong Shu-kwan, who is in custody. He demanded Wong's solicitors give him a letter providing a full explanation for the delay. Wong, a Hong Kong identity card holder, is accused of murdering his wife, Maria Wong Lai-har, 44, in Markham, Ontario, in February last year. Wong launched a High Court action after Magistrate Timothy Casewell approved his extradition in February. Yeung Yeuk-chuen, for Wong, said there had been a breakdown in communication with his client that contributed to the delay.