Hani bin Brik likely to face court for crimes in Aden as UAE drops support

Hani bin Brik likely to face court for crimes in Aden as UAE drops support

A former official in the Hadi’s government has revealed that the career of Hani bin Brik, vice president of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council, has ended.

Brigadier General Nasr al-Shathly, director of the office of the former governor of Aden Jaafar Saad, said that “the UAE is ready to transfer bin Brik to London, after proving his direct management of the crimes of assassinations and bombing in the temporary capital, Aden, during the past years.”

Al-Shathly, who currently resides in the city of Lausanne in Switzerland, announced the initiation of a lawsuit against Hani Bin Brik and the handing over a file of evidence to European lawyers convicting him of direct supervision of series of assassinations and bombings in Aden.

This came in an audio recording of a phone call al-Shathly made with the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to inform it of the fate of Hani Bin Brik, who currently resides in Abu Dhabi.

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