Brit jailed in Dubai hospitalised for dislocated shoulder 'after prison beating'
A British national has been admitted to a Dubai hospital for surgery to repair a dislocated shoulder sustained in prison, after being incarcerated over bounced cheques he didn’t write. Londoner Albert Douglas, 60, was handed a £2.5 million fine after his son Wolfgang's company failed in 2019, despite committing no crime and having no role with the firm. Albert lost an appeal and tried to flee the prison with the help of people smugglers, but he was caught at the border and given a three-year sen
European Parliament votes to boycott UAE Expo due to human rights issues
Our organisation has consistently highlighted the systematic human rights abuses of the United Arab Emirates for more than a decade. The UAE is a country in which due process and the rule of law are non-existent, torture is routine, forced confessions are the norm, ...
Baroness & MP call for increased travel warnings to UAE and Sanctions
Baroness Janet Whitaker and Andy Slaughter, MP have called on Rt Hon. Dominic Raab, MP to increase FCO travel warnings to the UAE, as well as open discussions on possible sanctions after British National, Albert Douglas, was arrested and subjected to human rights vio...
For media purposes, if you will thank Sheikh Mohammed and the Dubai prison authorities for taking such good care of you, we will cover this bill”.
Sheikh Mohammed demanded videos from Hervé Jaubert when he was abducted from US flagged yacht, Nostromo in 2018.
“Look, this info is coming out that you’re being mistreated. It would be easier for you if you would just make a video”.
Dubai Central Intelligence Department (CID) officer
Gulf in Justice Podcast with Wolfgang Douglas and Radha Stirling