After being taken into the interrogation room, Le-Huy was strip-searched, submitted to urine testing, and was forced to sign papers in Arabic which he couldn?t read. During the bag search, authorities came up with a few trace fragments of dirt, which they alleged to be hashish.
During and after the arrest, Dubai authorities alleged that the melatonin bottle found in Le-Huy?s bag contained other pills. As of Monday, tests conducted by the authorities indicated that the melatonin pills did not contain any other substances and the melatonin was cleared. Le-Huy?s urine sample also tested negative for any drug use. The German Embassy expected that Le-Huy would be released at this time, but…
Dubai: They’re Not Letting Him Out
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