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Three British men who have been held for seven months without trial on drugs charges in Dubai were tortured by police with beatings and electric shocks, a human rights charity claimed today.
Grant Cameron and Karl Williams, both 25 and from London, and Suneet Jeerh, 25, from Essex, were arrested while on holiday on July 10 last year by police who claimed to have found a quantity of a synthetic cannabis known as "spice" in their car.
Three British men who were on holiday in Dubai were subjected to torture including beatings and electric shocks by police, according to human rights group Reprieve.
Grant Cameron, Karl Williams and Suneet Jeerh, all 25-years-old, are still being held in the United Arab Emirates on drug charges.
They were arrested on July 10, 2012, after police claim to have found a quantity of synthetic cannabis in their car. They have plead not guilty.
The three men, from London and Essex, all signed documents in Arabic - a language none of them understand - after being subjected to beatings and threatened with guns to their heads, according to Reprieve.