Threat of execution following confession induced by torture
Bahrain continues to attract attention on the human rights front and we have posted several items over the years. In 2011, Hussain Ali Moosa and Mohamed Ramadhan took part in an uprising against the Bahraini monarchy. Three years later in 2014, they were sentenced to death for killing a policeman. The main piece of evidence used during the trial was Hussain Ali Moosa’s forced “confession” extracted from him under torture. This “confession” was also used to incriminate Mohamed Ramadhan. The picture is courtesy of BahrainRights.org
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