Whistleblower Jonathan Taylor still trapped in Croatia after nine months

Jonathan Taylor, the British lawyer who exposed the massive corrupt practices of the Dutch oil company SBM Offshore, has been trapped in Croatia for 9 long months and still counting. The INTERPOL Red Notice issued by Monaco demonstrates how the government abused the system in an analogous manner as the governments of Montenegro, Romania, UAE and Egypt, in order to pursue whistleblowers and political dissidents. The UK Foreign Office conveys its reluctance to intervene in this case and barrister Toby Cadman pointed out to them where they have openly interfered in such a process. Mr. Taylor has no regrets for exposing the wrongdoings, but fears that his case will set a sinister precedent for those who consider whistleblowing.

The original article can be found here.

Jonathan Taylor with his wife, Cindy, and two of their three children. He was arrested at Dubrovnik airport in July after flying in for a family holiday and has been unable to leave since
Jonathan Taylor with his wife, Cindy, and two of their three children. He was arrested at Dubrovnik airport in July after flying in for a family holiday and has been unable to leave since

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