This video says about itself:
Saudi Arabia Human Rights: An oppressed woman’s cry for help (English subtitles)
Faisal, Mustapha and Riyadh Mohammed Mubarak Al Shihry have been tried and found innocent on several occasions yet the Saudi authorities refuse to release them.
From EA WorldView blog yesterday:
“I will not abandon my activities even if I receive a death sentence,” Qahtani said a day after he appeared in court on charges of sowing sedition and rebelling against authorities.
The founder of the Saudi Civil and Political Rights Association continued, “I expect to get the harshest punishment. They have listed these charges against me to scare people.”
Qahtani said the court adjourned the case, which began in June, without setting a new date, as it requested “further explanatory documents” in his defence.
Several other ACPRA members are also awaiting trial, including Abdullah al-Hamed and Abdel Karim al-Khodr. The assocation claims the kingdom is holding about 30,000 political prisoners.
Egypt: Detainee in KSA [Saudi Arabia] Sends Call for Help: here.
Saudi Arabia: Reformist Figures Refuse Secret Trial: here.