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The families of Herve Jaubert and Tina Jauhiaien have stated that both have been released by the UAE and are on their way home. If this information is accurate, it appears to confirm that their illegal abduction at sea, the interception of an American flagged vessel in international waters, was carried out either by the United Arab Emirates, or by another state at the behest of the UAE. Their subsequent release does not absolve the UAE of responsibility for what was fundamentally a criminal action. Any vessel sailing under the US flag falls under the jurisdiction of the United States, and any aggression against such a vessel constitutes an act of aggression against America.
The boat was sailing legally, and no one on board had committed a crime, unless the UAE wants to prosecute Sheikha Latifa for traveling to Oman without an exit stamp from the UAE on her passport. The interception of Jaubert’s yacht needs to be investigated and explained; because on the face of it, there was no legal justification for such an action.
If Latifa is not allowed to leave the UAE, if she is detained now for having left the UAE, this would constitute a serious violation of her right to free movement, a crime in International Law. Her stated intention was to flee the UAE and seek asylum in the United States, and if she is prevented from pursuing this aim, the UAE must provide a sound legal reason for preventing her.
originally posted by: seeker1963
a reply to: dollukka
Dubai is a tyrannical snip hole! But yet the Hollywood whores and elite will lead us serfs to believe it's Utopia! Dubai was built on enslavement.
41 year old Finnish woman Tiina Johanna Jauhiainen has been reported missing by her family. She was onboard the US registered yacht “Nostromo” that went missing off the coast of Goa, India, with Sheikha Latifa, daughter of the Ruler of Dubai and French/US national Hervé Jaubert, two weeks ago.
Contact was lost with all three parties on the 4th of March 2018 after an SOS call was made to Detained in Dubai’s founder, Radha Stirling, by Sheikha Latifa who reported gunshots. All three have been officially reported as missing in France, the UK, the USA, India, Finland and the UAE.
Tiina was a close friend of Sheikha Latifa Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai, known for her skydiving, a sport that Tiina was also passionate about and they had bonded over the years, becoming close confidants.
originally posted by: Peeple
a reply to: dollukka
That's unfortunate. Not that she'll ever be able to use that advice, but first get your ass to safety and then spill the beans.
Hopefully they killed her quickly. But it's probably a few years of torture now for her.
Disgusting how this world is developing.
The families of Herve Jaubert and Tina Jauhiaien have stated that both have been released by the UAE and are on their way home. If this information is accurate, it appears to confirm their illegal abduction at sea and the interception of an American flagged vessel in international waters.
originally posted by: MindBodySpiritComplex
a reply to: dollukka
Probably just a coincidence but maybe the beginning of a pattern re Dubai:
Feb 24 first female Bollywood superstar Sridevi Kapoor died in a hotel room in Dubai aged 54. First reports said heart attack. The next day the story changed to: lost her balance under influence of alcohol and drowned in the bathtub. She was a good dancer which means she would not easily loose her sense of balance. I think she may have been silenced so she wouldn't spill the beans on sexual abuse and pedophilia in Bollywood.
Mar 11 Turkish heiress Mina Basaran and friends killed in plane crash during return from Dubai hen's party. All 11 victims were female including pilot/crew of the plane.
Could it be that somebody in Dubai is offering a service to silence or disappear high profile women for high profile customers?
I made several posts in another thread re those two cases and will add links to them here! Check back in a while if interested.
“On Sunday 4th March 2018 as night fell we what were off the coast of Goa, India when we were attacked by Indian secret service and military, including the Indian Coast Guard.” Tina said, “Around 15 men came onboard fully masked, in armoured black clothing, with machine guns and laser sights. They used what was some kind of gas that filled the boat was smoke. It was the most terrifying experience of my life, The Indian men had their laser sights on me and Latifa and they were telling me they would shoot me and kill me. I was thrown against the floor, stood on and found myself next to a pool of blood. At this point I thought they had killed Hervé and I thought I was next. They told me again and again that they would kill me and held me on the edge of the boat, threatening to shoot me. We were cuffed and forced to lie down.” Herve Jaubert has stated that at least 5 warships, replete with cannons and missiles, 2 military planes, and a helicopter were mobilised in the raid on Nostromo, making it a significant joint military operation by UAE and Indian forces against an American-flagged vessel sailing in international waters with no legal justification. By strict legal definition, this constitutes an act of war. Jaubert reported that UAE officials told him that Nostromo had been commandeered, and all those onboard were abducted and detained, not for committing any crimes, but because helping Latifa escape was a ‘violation of Islamic Law’. The UAE’s stance, as communicated to Jaubert, was that it was forbidden Islamically for Latifa to leave her father’s custody, and that they regarded his attempt to help her escape as tantamount to kidnapping. Latifa’s own desire to be free, however, could not have been made clearer. Tiina recalls, “Latifa was screaming at the Indian men that she was claiming political asylum. They dragged her away as I heard her say, ‘I won’t go back to the UAE, just kill me now’; I haven’t seen my friend Latifa since.” Everyone on board Nostromo was taken, blindfolded and handcuffed, back to the UAE, where they were interrogated for two weeks. “I was regularly told that I was facing the death penalty; that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum had make it clear to ‘get Tiina’. I was frightened then and am now. The whole time, I thought that we would be killed.” Eventually, Tiina and Herve were forced to record “confessions”, the content of which was provided entirely by the UAE authorities. Tiina says, “We were told that if we did not do so we would never leave and faced the death penalty. We were instructed what to say and I was instructed to shower, change clothes and brush my hair. Then they made us sign a document in Arabic, I do not know what it said.” Soon thereafter, both Tiina and Herve were released; but before Tiina was allowed to leave, she says, the authorities warned her to keep quiet. “They said ‘Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum is one of the most powerful people in the world and he can kidnap you from anywhere, as you have seen. He can get you anywhere he wants’. Since I got home, UAE secret service has phoned me to remind me of the document I signed and to check on me, they have tried to get me to go back to Dubai.” Now home in Finland, Tiina is still traumatised, afraid, and worried about her friend Latifa. “I am fearful for my life I believe Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum would think nothing of killing all of us. I am fearful for the life of Latifa, Hervé and the crew of Nostromo. However, what happened to us has to be spoken about. Dubai is not safe for anyone.”