We know that Egypt has attempted to utilize its access to INTERPOL’s databases for political reasons against people who posed ideological threats to the current government, and more recently, to a political opponent of its current president.  In accordance with its own constitution, INTERPOL has rightly refused to become involved in (or stay involved in)

Today’s post addresses the following question sent in by a reader:

I would like to ask you the follow question:
Can a member country of Interpol get a red notice, if this country has sentenced a person in absence, without this person was stopped and obviously without having knowledge that in some country she was