Clemency request for Billy Hood

Clemency request for man sentenced to 25 years over CBD oil sent to HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
United Arab Emirates ‘Hacking Mystery’ - New York Times Report

A case that began with a feud in the United Arab Emirates, stretched from the U.S. to India and is now playing out in the British courts offers a rare glimpse into the anatomy of a hack-and-leak operation’ reported the New York Times Business section. The NYT report anal...
Dubai Expo, UAE influence puts Britons like Billy Hood, at risk

Dubai's long anticipated expo is finally in full swing, but so is the worldwide media in highlighting human rights abuses and even boycotting the expo.
Billy Hood to remain in prison for further six weeks says Abu Dhabi court

Billy Hood to remain in prison for further six weeks says Abu Dhabi court
Lawyers mount vigorous defence in Billy Hood appeal

Appeal court to review evidence in Billy Hood case in Abu Dhabi tomorrow.
Channel 7 TV - covering William Meyerhoff's release from Dubai, Albert Douglas & Detained in Dubai

72 year old great grandfather William Meyerhoff was arrested en route to Australia over bounced cheque allegations from a company he worked for over a decade ago. UAE diplomats promised to release him, saying “we sometimes make mistakes”.
Dubai authorities pledge to release British great grandfather

Dubai authorities pledge to release British great grandfather
GB News: Colin Brazier interviews Radha Stirling of Detained in Dubai on CBD oil in Dubai

'Dubai police are incentivised to secure drugs convictions and they do not care whether there is evidence against that person to prove the guilt.'Radha Stirling says many people in Dubai are forced to confess to crimes they haven't committed. 
Billy Hood’s uncle angered by Dubai propaganda

The UAE’s government controlled newspaper published a self praising article in response to the media coverage of Billy Hood’s 25 year sentence in Dubai, claiming he was “treated well” by authorities, angering Billy’s family who know first hand, this was not the case.
“Sheikh Mohammed - Save my husband

“Sheikh Mohammed - Save my husband. He needs medical treatment in the UK”
Clemency request for Billy Hood

Clemency request for man sentenced to 25 years over CBD oil sent to HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
United Arab Emirates ‘Hacking Mystery’ - New York Times Report

A case that began with a feud in the United Arab Emirates, stretched from the U.S. to India and is now playing out in the British courts offers a rare glimpse into the anatomy of a hack-and-leak operation’ reported the New York Times Business section. The NYT report anal...
Dubai Expo, UAE influence puts Britons like Billy Hood, at risk

Dubai's long anticipated expo is finally in full swing, but so is the worldwide media in highlighting human rights abuses and even boycotting the expo.
Billy Hood to remain in prison for further six weeks says Abu Dhabi court

Billy Hood to remain in prison for further six weeks says Abu Dhabi court
Lawyers mount vigorous defence in Billy Hood appeal

Appeal court to review evidence in Billy Hood case in Abu Dhabi tomorrow.
Channel 7 TV - covering William Meyerhoff's release from Dubai, Albert Douglas & Detained in Dubai

72 year old great grandfather William Meyerhoff was arrested en route to Australia over bounced cheque allegations from a company he worked for over a decade ago. UAE diplomats promised to release him, saying “we sometimes make mistakes”.
Dubai authorities pledge to release British great grandfather

Dubai authorities pledge to release British great grandfather
GB News: Colin Brazier interviews Radha Stirling of Detained in Dubai on CBD oil in Dubai

'Dubai police are incentivised to secure drugs convictions and they do not care whether there is evidence against that person to prove the guilt.'Radha Stirling says many people in Dubai are forced to confess to crimes they haven't committed. 
Billy Hood’s uncle angered by Dubai propaganda

The UAE’s government controlled newspaper published a self praising article in response to the media coverage of Billy Hood’s 25 year sentence in Dubai, claiming he was “treated well” by authorities, angering Billy’s family who know first hand, this was not the case.
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