Princess Shamsa was abducted from Cambridge after she went on the run in 2000 and the High Court has ruled her father Sheikh Mohammed al-Maktoum was behind the plot Demands are growing for independent inquiries into the roles of the Foreign Office and Cambridgeshire Police after an investigation into the abduction of a princess in Britain was dropped – as it is claimed she contacted officers while in captivity
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Princess Shamsa was abducted from Cambridge after she went on the run in 2000 and the High Court has ruled her father Sheikh Mohammed al-Maktoum was behind the plot Demands are growing for independent inquiries into the roles of the Foreign Office and Cambridgeshire Police after an investigation into the abduction of a princess in Britain was dropped – as it is claimed she contacted officers while in captivity.Sheikh Mohammed al-Maktoum, a friend of the Queen, ordered henchmen to snatch his daughter, Princess Shamsa, but a criminal inquiry was dropped as an alleged diplomatic favour.Human rights groups and politicians have called for the inquiries amid claims that Shamsa had contacted Cambridgeshire Police force in 2017 from Dubai asking for help, as reported by – .DCI David Beck led Cambridgeshire Police’s investigation into her disappearance, and discovered the arrival and departure of a helicopter which travelled from Newmarket to France at 5am on August 20.The officer sought permission from the Crown Prosecution Service to visit Dubai to interview potential witnesses, but his request was refused.At a hearing in November, Princess Haya’s barrister Charles Geekie QC told the court that DCI Beck’s evidence made clear that there had been ‘interference’ in the police inquiry.In his judgment, own marriage leave application – https://www.listchallenges.com/own-marriage-leave-application Sir Andrew said the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) had confirmed it held ‘information relating to the investigation of Shamsa’s alleged kidnapping’. Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein and Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum attend Derby day at Epsom in 2017 – extraordinary details about their family life have emerged in a High Court ruling published this weekBut the FCO refused to disclose it, saying that ‘releasing information on this issue would increase public knowledge about our relations with UAE’ and ‘would reduce the UK Government’s ability to protect and promote UK interests through its relations with UAE which would not be in the public interest’.Sir Andrew concluded: ‘It is not possible to find on the balance of probability that permission for Mr Beck to visit Dubai was refused because of the direct intervention of the FCO, nor, moving further still from the basic known facts, that any intervention by the FCO had been triggered by the father or the government of Dubai.’ RELATED ARTICLES Previous – # 1 – # Next – # A dramatic escape, an affair with a bodyguard and a £5.2m… – /news/article-8080271/How-Haya-bint-al-Hussein-took-potentate-husband-Sheikh-al-Maktoum-fleeing-UK.html Billionaire Dubai ruler Sheikh Al Maktoum ordered the kidnap… – /news/article-8078073/Dubai-ruler-Sheikh-Mohammed-bin-Rashid-Al-Maktoum-loses-Supreme-Court-appeal-marital-feud.html
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David Haigh, a human rights lawyer, shared information Cambridgeshire Police related to both Princess Haya and her younger sister, Princess Latifa in 2018 and 2019, and tried to have their cases reopened.Haigh told the newspaper: ‘She said ‘I was here when she [Shamsa] called us six months ago’ and I said ‘oh’ and then she said, ‘didn’t you know that?’A spokeswoman for the force told the Observer: ‘As with any crime it is inappropriate for us to make any comment in relation to specific contact or accounts from any victim.
As far as the IOPC [Independent Office for Conduct] is concerned, since the release – https://www.sportsblog.com/search?search=release of the public judgment the case is now subject to further review by ourselves. ‘This will take a period of time to progress but whether a referral is required will be an area for discussion.’
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