Extradition of British crypto expert to USA would challenge UK sovereignty

A British crypto expert faces extradition from Saudi to the US but lawyers and academics claim this would be a violation of international law as it impinges on the sovereignty of Britain.
Saudi Prince uses Interpol to prevent damaging witness testimony

Saudi Prince uses Interpol to prevent witness testifying
US seeks extradition of British national over cryptocurrency conference: The case of Christopher Emms.

The US has issued an Interpol Red Notice against Chris Emms for allegedly violating US sanctions against North Korea (DPRK). Emms is currently held in Saudi Arabia as he fights against the US extradition request. The US has cast a wide net over blockchain professionals i...
Steve Long Freed

Steve Long, the man who was arrested in Abu Dhabi because he was afraid, returns to England.The special forces veteran was arrested at Abu Dhabi’s international airport after expressing concerns there “could be a bomb on the plane”.  He was sentenced to a £104,000 fine, ...
Israeli woman sentenced to death - Radha Stirling issues statement

In a statement today, Detained in Dubai CEO Radha Stirling who has dealt with numerous drugs related cases, commented on the recent death sentence handed down to Israeli national Fida Kewan in Abu Dhabi over charges that the woman possessed half a kilo of cocaine in her ...
FCDO failure in Albert Douglas case

Grandfather Albert Douglas has been held as an economic hostage in Dubai. He has been beaten, tortured and denied his medication, but the FCDO says “torture in itself is not grounds for a clemency application”.
Capital flight to UAE undermines human rights

by Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, Due Process International and host of the Gulf in Justice Podcast
FCDO Responsibilities: Are Conflicting Goals Diminishing Efficacy?

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) with its 14,000 staff is tasked with promoting British interests abroad but the government department’s goals are often conflicting in nature, leaving diplomats in confusion over priorities, placing British citizens...
'Foreign Office Fails Brits Detained Abroad' Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe latest to criticise FCDO

Foreign Office Fails Brits Detained Abroad: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe latest to criticise FCDO
Dieter Kellouche freed from Sharjah prison

German national Dieter Kellouche was jailed in Sharjah for offending a Sheikh.  He suffered outrageous treatment that led him to go on hunger strike. German ministers accused the government of “abandoning” Dieter, neglecting to even visit him for over a year and failing ...
Extradition of British crypto expert to USA would challenge UK sovereignty

A British crypto expert faces extradition from Saudi to the US but lawyers and academics claim this would be a violation of international law as it impinges on the sovereignty of Britain.
Saudi Prince uses Interpol to prevent damaging witness testimony

Saudi Prince uses Interpol to prevent witness testifying
US seeks extradition of British national over cryptocurrency conference: The case of Christopher Emms.

The US has issued an Interpol Red Notice against Chris Emms for allegedly violating US sanctions against North Korea (DPRK). Emms is currently held in Saudi Arabia as he fights against the US extradition request. The US has cast a wide net over blockchain professionals i...
Steve Long Freed

Steve Long, the man who was arrested in Abu Dhabi because he was afraid, returns to England.The special forces veteran was arrested at Abu Dhabi’s international airport after expressing concerns there “could be a bomb on the plane”.  He was sentenced to a £104,000 fine, ...
Israeli woman sentenced to death - Radha Stirling issues statement

In a statement today, Detained in Dubai CEO Radha Stirling who has dealt with numerous drugs related cases, commented on the recent death sentence handed down to Israeli national Fida Kewan in Abu Dhabi over charges that the woman possessed half a kilo of cocaine in her ...
FCDO failure in Albert Douglas case

Grandfather Albert Douglas has been held as an economic hostage in Dubai. He has been beaten, tortured and denied his medication, but the FCDO says “torture in itself is not grounds for a clemency application”.
Capital flight to UAE undermines human rights

by Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, Due Process International and host of the Gulf in Justice Podcast
FCDO Responsibilities: Are Conflicting Goals Diminishing Efficacy?

The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) with its 14,000 staff is tasked with promoting British interests abroad but the government department’s goals are often conflicting in nature, leaving diplomats in confusion over priorities, placing British citizens...
'Foreign Office Fails Brits Detained Abroad' Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe latest to criticise FCDO

Foreign Office Fails Brits Detained Abroad: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe latest to criticise FCDO
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