Alex Saab case, documents confirming the kidnapping of a diplomat

The case of Alex Saab, the Venezuelan diplomat kidnapped by the United States using its power to interfere in other countries such as Cape Verde, has few precedents in the history of international relations and political dialogue between nations. If we add to this the flagrant violation of his human rights, and the use of his person as a key element of the lawfare against Venezuela following the unilateral coercive measures, wrongly called sanctions, we have the most blatant imperialist pretension of the US government to take over international criminal jurisdiction and the domination of the free peoples of the world.

The Free Alex Saab Foundation has a group of colleagues from the fields of communication, law, political science, international studies, mobilisation and sociology, as well as students, entire families and retired people who work on a daily basis as volunteers to follow up the case and to say in all possible scenarios that Alex Saab is innocent and that we have the evidence to prove it.

Download these documents to review in detail each of the elements that will help you to accurately understand a case whose worst aggravating factor is that Alex Saab was on a humanitarian trip to support the people of Venezuela in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic when he was kidnapped.

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Documentary chronology of the Alex Saab case

Accreditation of Alex Saab as Special Envoy for Venezuela
Official mandate to represent Venezuela in Iran
Secret diplomatic correspondence violated during the abduction I
Secret diplomatic correspondence violated during abduction II
INTERPOL Red Alert with inconsistent dates
INTERPOL arrest warrant received 9 months later in Cape Verde

INTERPOL red alert document with no arrest warrant for Alex Saab

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Reiterative correspondence from the UN Human Rights Council to Cape Verde on the Alex Saab case
Bruce Bagley affidavit exonerating Alex Saab in Case I
Bruce Bagley affidavit exonerating Alex Saab in Case II
Bruce Bagley affidavit exonerating Alex Saab in Case III
Bruce Bagley affidavit exonerating Alex Saab in Case IV
Bruce Bagley affidavit exonerating Alex Saab in V case
INTERPOL Venezuela response informing of the lifting of the Red Alert for Alex Saab on 25 June 2020
INTERPOL arrest warrant received 9 months later in Cape Verde

The abduction of Alex Saab, the facts

Alex Saab's kidnapping, the facts

Letters from Alex Saab

Accreditation as Special Envoy of Venezuela 9 April 2018

Secuestro de Alex Saab Análisis Jurídico

por Indhriana Parada

1-2 Resolution appointing Alex Saab as Alternate Permanent Representative of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the African Union

2-2 Resolution appointing Alex Saab as alternate permanent representative of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela to the African Union

1-2 Windward Court of Appeal

2-2 Windward Court of Appeals

Accreditation as Special Envoy of Venezuela 9 April 2018

Document showing that no arrest warrant was attached to the Interpol Red Alert request.

Interpol order showing that the Interpol Red Alert date was 13 June 2020.

First correspondence issued by the UN Human Rights Council to Cape Verde

Response from the Interpol office in Caracas informing that the Interpol Red Alert issued on 13 June had been lifted by 25 June 2020.

1-3 Dismissal order from Switzerland

2-3 Dismissal order from Switzerland

3-3 Dismissal order from Switzerland

Statement by David Rivkin Lawyer for Alex Saab

Mandate to represent Venezuela in a Humanitarian Mission to Iran

Arrest warrant for Alex Saab received by the Supreme Court of Cape Verde on 24 March 2021, nine months after his illegal detention.

Arrest warrant sent by US to Cape Verde in the name of another person

Passport with Diplomatic Visa granted by Cape Verde of Camilla Fabri Saab

ESP - Defence response to allegations of cooperation with DEA English version

ENG- Defence response to allegations of cooperation with the DEA Versión en español

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