Qatar teacher arrests: The Qatari authorities have arrested several people for their alleged involvement in the death of a 24-year-old British teacher who disappeared last Saturday, Yahoo! News reported earlier today.
The teacher, identified as Lauren Patterson, was last seen on Saturday leaving a nightclub in Doha in the company of two men, according to British media.
The case is now in the hands of the prosecution, which corresponds to complete the legal proceedings, according to the Qatari Interior Ministry.
The case involving the Qatar teacher arrests is a story in which few seem to want to speak in the emirate, while there remains those who claim accusations of partiality of justice in the country.
Details on the Qatar teacher arrests case were reported by the British newspaper Daily Mail, but the press in Doha remained largely silent.
Sunday, October 13, Patterson 's boyfriend, James Grima, posted several messages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in an effort to help find her after her sudden disappearance.
After his appeal garnered thousands of views across social media platforms on the internet, he later updated his Facebook to reveal she had died.
He wrote: “I can’t believe that it had to end this way Lauren, really I don’t.
"I was so happy that I had finally found someone that could my change my life so much, and in such a positive way too - Rest In Peace babe, I will always look up at the sky cause you always were the brightest star and always will be.”