LONDON – The 31-year-old British student, Matthew Hedges, who was recently in the United Arab Emirates grace received after his lifetime had received, at home in England and his wife Daniela Tejada back in the arms closed.
Daniela informed the day after the arrival at London’s Heathrow airport, an intimate snapshot on Twitter.
The scientist, who did research on the response of the authorities on the Arab spring, was last week after a show trial sentenced to life imprisonment for espionage. The family went through hell, but heard not even 48 hours after the conviction that their beloved grace would get. A day later and Hedges again set foot on English soil.
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His release came under huge diplomatic pressure. The Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeremy Hunt was dealing with the case.
“We have been through hell and gone, and now want peace”, let Daniela via social media.
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