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The head of the Saudi judiciary, Salih bin Humaid, should stop all criminal proceedings against Fahd al-Juhani, a Saudi journalist charged with defaming a local official. Al-Juhani had written about what he claimed were attempts by the official, a health inspector, to extort money from shopkeepers in Huta, a town south of Riyadh.

(Beirut) – The head of the Saudi judiciary, Salih bin Humaid, should stop all criminal proceedings against Fahd al-Juhani, a Saudi journalist charged with defaming a local official, Human Rights Watch said today. Al-Juhani had written about what he claimed were attempts by the official, a health inspector, to extort money from shopkeepers in Huta, a town south of Riyadh.

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