Jailed in Dubai: Billy hood locked up for 25 years over CBD oil found in car

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‘Dubai police are incentivised to secure drugs convictions and they do not care whether there is evidence against that person to prove the guilt.’

Radha Stirling says many people in Dubai are forced to confess to crimes they haven’t committed.

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