Will INTERPOL Issue a Red Notice Against an Innocent Person?

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"But I'm innocent!" Clients who are the subjects of Red Notices frequently and understandably feel a sense of outrage over the fact that a Red Notice has been issued against them when they are in fact innocent of the charges in the underlying arrest warrant.

Does INTERPOL withdraw a Red Notice based on innocence? No. In fact, INTERPOL clearly states that the persons who are subjects of Red Notices are to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. INTERPOL is not a trier of fact. It acts as a communicator of information between law enforcement agencies, and aids in bringing the subjects of Red Notices before the proper authority for trial or sentencing.

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