This is how we roll
It appears that the Sheikh was drugged (by people who were not present in court) – and was in no state to know what he was doing. The Sheikh is pictured (presumably undrugged) in this BBC article http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8450722.stm . The article says that several other men were shown, along with the apparently drugged Sheikh, in a video beating a hapless person. Apparently one of the assailants was in uniform of the security forces; one can only assume that they were all drugged otherwise they would have restrained the drugged Sheikh, wouldn’t they?
Well, presumably -- in view of Abu Dhabi saying so publicly in ads on the tele : "Travellers Welcome" --Abu Dhabi will put this menace / torturer under house arrest anyway to ensure the safety of travellers who venture into Abu Dhabi. Clearly, given that the torturer's behaviour was 'drug induced' and I figure he is likely still taking those meds / drugs, he's going to be a potential menace to everyone in the UAE.I would hope further, that at minimum, other countries on the planet would add his name to their no-fly lists cause he sounds too unstable to be allowed out of his house / out of the UAE.
And no drugs charges for this guy eh?I thought being on drugs in UAE was a life sentence?
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