INTERPOL RED NOTICE
Radha Stirling is a veteran Interpol and Extradition Expert Witness. Stirling has deleted dozens of Interpol Red Notices for victims of abuse and has lobbied for urgently needed reform within the organisation. Stirling founded IPEX Reform and Due Process International to end Interpol abuse. Stirling is an author, host of the Gulf in Justice Podcast with years of media and documentary experience.
Interpol Red Notice - Stirling in the news:
Radha Stirling, the lawyer who is helping Emms fight his extradition, said the US’s target appears to be reigning in cryptocurrency, not Pyongyang.
“American authorities are trying to creatively expand the legal applicability of the IEEPA (US sanctions legislation) to non-US persons; and they are doing it in Chris’s case through blatant intimidation.”
Middle Eastern Eye
"This case represents yet another example of Interpol abuse," said Radha Stirling, founder and CEO of Detained in Dubai.
"Anyone who has UAE debt could be subject to an Interpol notice."
The Royal Gazette
Radha Stirling, Mr Stevenson's lawyer and the founder and chief executive of London-based Detained in Dubai, said he was a victim of “abuse” of international police agency Interpol's arrest-warrant system over a debt with the Qatar National Bank he insisted he had not incurred.
Times of Israel
The UAE has carried out large-scale hacking operations against journalists, dissidents, and governments worldwide, so-called black PR campaigns to smear critics online, allegedly bribed politicians and judges in Georgia and India, and has become one of the leading abusers of the Interpol Red Notice system to intimidate and extort foreign nationals who have run afoul of Emirati banks and business partners.