Supreme Court hears Libya dissident

Supreme Court hears Libya dissident


Certainly one of the very most controversial claims of interpretation involving the UK comes before the Supreme Court later.

The case, including claims against ex -Foreign Secretary Jack Straw and an ex-MI6 chief, prompted an unprecedented conflict over whether it can even begin.

Former Libyan dissident Abdul Hakim Belhaj says MI6 helped his wife’s interpretation in 2004 and organize his.

The Supreme Court will probably be requested to choose whether or not the couple can sue the government.

Mr Belhaj, a former Islamist combatant who opposed the Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, says US forces seized him alongside his own wife, Fatima Boudchar, in 2004 as they attempted to fly to the United Kingdom from Asia to seek asylum.