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Mansoura activists hold protest in solidarity with police brutality's newest victim
Mansoura activists hold protest in solidarity with police brutality's newest victim
Activists and human rights members organized a protest in solidarity with Mohamed Salah who was tortured in police headquarters in front of the Mansoura International Hospital where he was kept for treatment on Wednesday.
Friday, July 9,2010 21:00


 The protest came in response to police threats to the victim's family to withdraw the filed complaint.

Salah was immediately transferred to the Salam Hospital in Mansoura after he was thrown from the fourth floor resulting in numerous breaks in his bones. A complaint was submitted by his family accusing policemen of beating and torturing him.

Policemen took Salah to the Police Station after he insisted they pay fare after driving them to their destination.  He was brutally beaten and thrown off the balcony.

tags: Torture / Mansoura / Human Rights in Egypt / Police Stations / Police Brutality / Police Station / Human Rights Activists
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