Tag / International Law
British National facing extrajudicial extradition as UAE and India trade favours in wake of Latifa abduction
Press Releases • Jul 23, 2018 13:45 BST
Briton Christian Michel may be denied due process as Indian officials press UAE for extradition in gratitude for India’s collaboration in the capture of Princess Latifa
Torture and Kidnap victims speak on their and Princess Latifa's Kidnap by Dubai Ruler - Updates following Press Conference
Press Releases • Apr 16, 2018 16:56 BST
Detained in Dubai held a press conference in London on the 12th of April 2018 on the kidnapping of Dubai Princess Sheikha Latifa AL Maktoum (ii), Hervé Jaubert, Tiina Jauhiainen and three Filipino crew members onboard US yacht Nostromo from International waters by the UAE and India last month.
Blog posts • Apr 02, 2018 19:43 BST
The United Arab Emirates has only one play to make in terms of damage control over their heinous attack on the American yacht Nostromo
Press Releases • Mar 29, 2018 13:52 BST
Assaulted, detained, threatened with death, and forced to record a false “confession”, Tiina was only released after being warned that she would not be safe “anywhere in the world” if she dared to speak out.
Blog posts • Mar 27, 2018 13:20 BST
Implications for Sheikh Mohammed of UAE's recent attack of US registered yacht in international waters
Press Releases • Mar 23, 2018 13:18 GMT
American flagged Nostromo, was in fact illegally intercepted in international waters, boarded, and commandeered either by the UAE, by the Indian Coast Guard, or possibly by a Private Military Company hired by the UAE.
Blog posts • Mar 22, 2018 10:30 GMT
The families of Herve Jaubert and Tina Jauhiaien have stated that both have been released by the UAE and are on their way home. If this information is accurate, it appears to confirm their illegal abduction at sea and the interception of an American flagged vessel in international waters.