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UK can intervene in Jonathan Taylor case – and should

The legal team for whistleblower Jonathan Taylor detained in Croatia and facing extradition to Monaco – on charges which have already been thrown out by the Monaco Correctional Court – is calling on the UK Government to intervene.  This week the UK has again stated that it is unable to interfere in the Croatian and Monegasque legal systems, but Jonathan’s lawyer, Toby Cadman of Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers said, “In circumstances where there is a risk of an abuse of process and/or a flagrant denial of justice there is not only a basis for intervention, there is an obligation to intervene.”
The Croatian courts have invited the UK Government to make representations.  Protect, along with many international NGOs, continues to call on the Government to act now to bring Jonathan home.


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