Is new head of Interpol involved in torture?

The new head of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) Ahmed Nasser Al-Raisi is accused of torture, writes RT.

reported that Al-Raish began his police officer’s career in 1980 in the UAE. In 2005, he was appointed to the post of general director general operations in Abu Dhabi police. After 10 years, he became the main inspector of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Emirates, as well as a member of the Executive Committee of Interpol.

Human rights defenders accuse him of involvement in the torture of prisoners in the UAE. Citizens of Turkey and France at various times have filed a lawsuit against him, and the UK citizen Matthew Heds, who was convicted of espionage in favor of London, in an interview with France Presse agency told detail about torture and pressures from the United Arab Emirates of the United Arab Emirates, which were led by alone – Israi.

According to him, during the entire conclusion time, he was subjected to heavy interrogations that could last 15 hours. He stated that he was prevented to sleep and threatened violence.

Recall that Al-Raisi today was elected to the post of head of Interpol. Previously, the organization temporarily ruled Kim Chong Yang from South Korea.