Qatar National Bank (QNB) issued an #Interpol Red Notice against an #Australian citizen over “forged bounced cheque” he could not have authored. The bank never communicated there were any issues with his account and the first he heard of it, was when he was arrested in Prague and jailed on the basis of the Interpol Red Notice. This is not the first time Prague has detained a foreign national on behalf of Qatar. He was denied bail and forced to hire a lawyer to defend the ext
#Australian man detained in #Czech over #Qatar issued #QNB bounced cheque. He is now fighting #extradition and seeking to remove the #InterpolRedNotice. In the previous case of Alan Stephenson, Czech authorities ruled that it was a human rights violation that he was detained, but it seems they have not updated their process to account for #InterpolAbuse If you think you are at risk of an Interpol Red Notice, please check before travel! Detained in Dubai: http://www.detainedin
68 year old Australian national Joseph Sarlak may spend the rest of his life in a Qatari prison after a local partner allegedly embezzled his company’s funds, and Australians are voicing their anger In 2004, Queensland native Joseph Sarlak opened Clearspan Technology in Qatar. According to the investment rules at the time, Sarlak needed to appoint a local partner who would legally have 100% ownership of the company. It was unavoidable; so Joseph selected Sheikh Khalid Fahad M
While Qatar’s Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani is visiting the UK, enjoying the hospitality of London; two expats are languishing in a Doha jail and may never see England again. Jonathan Nash and Australian cellmate Joseph Sarlak have both been sentenced to what amounts to life imprisonment for nothing more than bounced cheques, a serious crime of which they were both set up. Both cases are strikingly similar, each was essentially framed by their Qatari business partners and hel
Australian Family man Joe Sarlak’s nightmare began on the 31st of July 2016, nearly two years ago, when he was tricked into attending a meeting to discuss his plans to leave Qatar. He has been in Doha prison ever since and, now experiencing serious health problems, fears he will die in Doha jail.
In 2004, Joe was operating a business called Clearspan Technology in Queensland & Northern NSW, Australia, when he was asked to provide a quote for a civil project for Qatar Airwa