The KHRA mentioned they acquired a criticism in opposition to Sheikh Mohammed from a gaggle of human rights attorneys and college students from the University of Louisville calling for his suspension from racing occasions in Kentucky till he can present proof his daughter Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum is alive.
“The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC) received a complaint against licensee Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum on April 28, 2021,” Marc A. Guilfoil, Executive Director of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, mentioned in an announcement on Thursday. “In consultation with counsel, and according to Kentucky regulations, the KHRC has determined the complaint does not articulate a violation of KHRC regulations.”
The petition argued that the alleged human rights abuses by the Sheikh had been a violation of Kentucky race fee code which states that folks whose conduct are thought of to be undesirable displays on the honesty and integrity of the game.
Godolphin, the racing stables owned by Sheikh Mohammed, didn’t instantly reply to CNN’s request for remark.
Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed Al Maktoum, has not been seen publicly since March 2018 when she tried to flee the nation. International human rights activists have alleged that Sheikh Mohammed has been holding her hostage.
In 2020, the UK’s household division of the High Court in London handed down a call that it referred to as “extraordinary.” It decided that the Sheikh organized abductions of his two daughters and forcibly returned them to the UAE. In an announcement, on the time, the Sheikh mentioned he wished his household’s privateness to be revered.
“As a head of government, I was not able to participate in the court’s fact-finding process. This has resulted in the release of a ‘fact-finding’ judgment which inevitably tells only one side of the story.”
“It is time to ban Sheikh Mohammed, everyone associated with him, and Essential Quality from the Derby, the Oaks and all horseracing events in Kentucky,” learn an announcement by Lisa Bloom, one of many attorneys to file the criticism.
Dubai’s Royal Family mentioned in an announcement in February that Shiekha Latifa was “being cared for at home, supported by her family and medical professionals” and that she would return to public life “at the appropriate time.”
Latifa’s household and shut buddies have arrange a marketing campaign with supporters and advisers named Free Latifa. Some human rights organizations, resembling Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, assist the marketing campaign.