Bahrain Mirror: The Anti-Cyber Crime Directorate of the General Directorate of Anti-Corruption and Economic and Electronic Security announced taking measures and bringing cases against phycologist Sharifa Siwar, who announced arriving in London to seek asylum there.
Sharifa revealed during a seminar in London that the head of "Lyrica Case" for targeting girls in schools with drugs and sexually exploiting them is the king's son, Khalid bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
The directorate announced that it has started legal procedures of cases filed by citizens against a circulated video of a woman filmed aboard.
The video defames them and other community figures. It also mentions number plates of cars of citizens, claiming that those vehicles were used to monitor her. However, it has been revealed that the information mentioned in the video is false.
The directorate took appropriate legal steps about the violations of the woman who was serving a jail term and released by a Royal pardon. However, the filed cases by citizens and the owners of the cars were referred to the Public Prosecution.
The directorate highlighted that the women accused individuals without providing evidence. The directorate added that she had previously practiced medicine without a license and defrauded people, claiming she had provided them with addiction treatment for money.
She previously defamed employees of a ministry after giving their testimonies to court. In another case, she announced false information during her court's hearings to influence the impartial Bahraini judiciary system.
The directorate urged the public to seek information from official sources.
It is worth mentioning that "Bahrain Mirror" published two detailed reports on all the facts of the Lyrica case which Sharifa Siwar disclosed in 2019.