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Red Notice Law Journal

Red Notices, International Extradition, and Perspective

Tag Archives: journalists

Turkey continues to challenge INTERPOL by abusing its Red Notice system

Posted in Collateral Effects of Red Notices, INTERPOL's Tools and Practices, Member Country Activity, Uncategorized
Last month, a Swedish journalist of Turkish descent, Hamza Yalçin was finally released from detention in a Spanish jail awaiting an  extradition decision. Turkey has requested and received an INTERPOL Red Notice based upon an underlying charge of “terrorism” and insulting the Turkish president. If he had been extradited, Mr. Yalçin would have faced over 22 years… Continue Reading

What Lawyers Lose When NGO’s are Silenced

Posted in Member Country Activity, Politically Based Red Notices, Red Notice Challenges
Who should be outraged by Egypt’s recent move to obtain Red Notices against NGO staff members? Out of basic concern for the human condition, all of us.  More specifically, and more selfishly, those of us who rely on the activities and findings of international journalists and non-governmental organization (NGO) workers should be very concerned about… Continue Reading