- Human RightsTorture
- November 14, 2007
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2 Police Officers Torture 5 Children, Force them to Sodomize Each other in Police Station
Kafr Al-Sheikh prosecution subpoenaed both officers Saad Ahmed Saad and Fouad Zayed to interrogate them over a new torture case committed against five children inside Kafr Al-Sheikh police station last Oct, 21st, 2007
The five children were arrested on charge of possession unlicensed weapon and possessing narcotics in the case no. 12826 of the year 2007. Both officers were accused of beating and torturing the five children and dealing with them as if they were women and calling them names of women.
A mother of one of the five tortured children confirmed that the two officers didn”t stop short of torturing them. They even removed all the clothes of the children and made them fully naked and forced them to sodomise each other.
The lawyer of the victims submitted a complaint in which he accused the two officers of torturing and sodomizing the children. All the five children have been interrogated and they confirmed that they were tortured and forced to do indecent acts. The prosecution ordered them examined by the forensic medicine.
In a related context, two Egyptian officers have been accused days ago of sodomising a suspect. The suspect said that the two officers handcuffed him, whipped him with a belt and sodomized him.
Torturing in Egyptian police stations has become a familiar scene. Torture has become a systematic method adopted by these autocratic, human rights organizations said.