Is Liz Truss fit to be Prime Minister? GULF IN JUSTICE PODCAST asks Brits detained abroad Gulf prisoners & human rights victims say “Liz Truss UNFIT for PM” “If she can’t even discharge her duties as Foreign Minister”, says a British grandfather locked up in Dubai, “how on earth is she fit to run the country? She doesn't deserve a promotion, she deserves to be fired!”
At least thirteen Dubai prisoners were asked to sign an agreement that they would be happy to be transfer
Radha Stirling is the leading exponent of highlighting human rights abuses and assisting those caught in legal disputes in Dubai, and the UAE. She had a key role in the famous failed freedom escape of Princess Latifa. Radha also discusses past cases such as the woman locked up for calling someone a horse online and goes on to explain how she founded her organisation (Detained in Dubai) without having any connection to Dubai. The conversation turns the spotlight on Sheikh Mo
Interview with mother Breda, brother Alex and Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai #BillyHood #FreeBillyHood #UAE #AbuDhabi #Dubai #CBD #DetainedinDubai #GMB #RadhaStirling Detained in Dubai: http://www.detainedindubai.org Detained in Doha: https://www.detainedindoha.org Radha Stirling: http:///www.radhastirling.com Due Process International: http://www.dueprocess.international Podcast: http://www.gulfinjustice.news Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6KH20nw... Facebo
Colin Brazier of GB News goes in depth on the case of Billy Hood who has had a 25 year prison sentence reduced to 10 years on appeal in Abu Dhabi. Brazier talks to Billy's mother Breda and uncle David on their nightmare and hope for Boris Johnson to finally get involved. Brazier discusses the parliamentary debate on whether the FCDO's service to foreigners needs to be improved. Felicity Buchan, MP raised the cases of Billy Hood and Albert Douglas on the floor. Albert is a
Detained in Dubai CEO Radha Stirling, discusses the detentions of Luke Tunney, Billy Hood, Andy Neal and more.
Wrongful arrests for drugs related allegations are commonplace in Dubai, with numerous British nationals being rounded up in a wide cast net by overzealous local police. Detained in Dubai: http://www.detainedindubai.org
Radha Stirling: http:///www.radhastirling.com
Due Process International: http://www.dueprocess.international
Billy's family thought he'd be home for Christmas after the court found he "unintentionally possessed" CBD oil left in his car by a friend. Alex says "10 years for what? For what? Best friend Alfie says he is worried for Billy, who helps him with Christmas trees every year. "He's sitting in the cell on your own in the dark, no bed, no blanket, cockroaches".
Radha Stirling [CEO of Detained in Dubai] explains that the UAE has claimed they are changing the law in relation t
01 December 2021 BBC Radio London asks Radha Stirling if increased travel warnings would protect foreigners from being unfairly detained in Dubai. Stirling explains that although she has advocated for increased travel warnings, the issue is judicial process, forced confessions and unfair trials.
Billy Hood was detained after a visiting friend accidentally left CBD oil in Billy's car. The courts have no accepted Billy accidentally possesse
ITV Report:1 December 2021 A British football coach handed a 25-year sentence in a Dubai prison after being found with four bottles of CBD vape oil has had his sentenced reduced to 10 years on appeal.
Billy Hood, 25, from Kensington, London, was arrested shortly after moving to the county in January this year after being found with four small bottles of CBD vape oil in his car.
The liquid - which is legal in the UK - contains trace elements of THC, the psychoactive comp
01 December 2021 BBC Report: A football coach who was jailed in Dubai after four bottles of vape liquid containing cannabis oil were found in his car has had his sentence reduced. Billy Hood, 24, claims he was forced to sign a confession written in Arabic despite not speaking the language.
He was originally jailed for 25 years but had his sentence reduced to 10 years at an Abu Dhabi court on Tuesday, campaign group Detained in Dubai said. Mr Hood, from west London, claime
Abu Dhabi Courts accept Billy Hood did not traffic nor sell the CBD vape oil left in his car by a visiting friend. They accept that he “unintentionally possessed” the CBD but have sentenced him to TEN YEARS in prison, despite new legislation eliminating prison sentences for foreigners found in possession and allowing for deportation. Dubai Revises Antiquated Drug Laws “The UAE has just claimed they will eliminate prison sentences for foreigners found to be in possession of TH