British pensioner subjected to 48-hours of terror in ‘maximum security prison’ on Madeira.

This story seems to be spreading over a few of the UK news sites also.

British pensioner Trevor Kitchen may never fully recover from the inhumane, degrading treatment he says he received at the hands of Madeira’s judicial police and prison guards during 48-hours in which he was incarcerated in a maximum security prison on the ‘paradise’ island of Madeira.

The 70-year-old – a whistleblower in a major currency scandal that saw banks throughout the world investigated for manipulating exchange rates – is yet another victim of antiquated laws that consider defamation a serious crime.

His charges – for allegedly defaming the

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