Stop Action! - United Arab Emirates: Four Libyan Men Acquitted And Released (UA 236/14)
June 3, 2016
On 30 May the State Security Chamber in the Federal Supreme Court in Abu Dhabi acquitted US-Libyan Kamal Eldarat and his son Mohammed Eldarat, Canadian-Libyan Salim el-Aradi and Libyan ‘Issa al-Manna’ of all charges. They were released from al-Wathba prison in Abu Dhabi late at night on 31 May.
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