After harsh criticism from Amnesty International ..atlaq release of 196 detainees jai
After harsh criticism from Amnesty International ..atlaq release of 196 detainees jailed Amiriyah Fallujah
Anbar-Iraq Press -15 May / May announced Anbar province, the management, for the release of 196 prisoners from a prison in the fight against terrorism Amiriyah Fallujah, after being found not involved in terrorist acts, as revealed that among those released twenty event.
The governor of Anbar, Suhaib al-Rawi, during his anti-terrorism prison in Amiriyah Fallujah, according to a statement the media to his office, said that "judicial authorities released 196 prisoners from counter-terrorism prison in Amiriyah Fallujah on Saturday after the completion of their files investigative and proved they were not involved in any terrorist act." .
He said the narrator, "The absolute number of them was out of the 650 arrested under court orders," adding that there are "20 events among those released."
The governor pointed out, that "conservative sequence with the judicial authorities and investigative committees on a daily basis, the subject of the release of the remaining detainees, who did not prove any link them to terrorism."
On the seventh of May being denied the anti-terror apparatus, the charges brought against him, of Amnesty International, about the possession of secret prisons in Fallujah, west of the country.
The device, in a statement that "the report lacks credibility and contains a lot of inaccuracies, and is not verified and flour from the relevant authorities since the device does not have custody or detention center in these areas, although there is confusion between the labels which is fighting terrorism and some other departments device the competent ministries to fight terrorism. "
It accused by Amnesty International, earlier this month, the Iraqi authorities to "the detention of 700 suspects living conditions appalling", as described criminal law in Iraq as "a bad example and inactivated."
According to a statement the organization was "managed a delegation from the human rights organization included Secretary-General scion Shati, to visit one of these centers, located in the Amiriyah Fallujah west of Baghdad."
Shati said "We visited one of the detention centers in the Amiriyah Fallujah, and we found 700 prisoners have been detained for several months on suspicion of terrorism." He added, "The conditions of detention constitute a big shock, where each one of them does not exceed an area of square meters, and there is no space even to lie down."
He continued, "Also, the bathrooms in the rooms themselves, in addition to the amount of food is very low," adding that "the situation in general is very shocking."
In turn, Donetila Rover adviser crises affairs of the organization, said that "the center run by the counter-terrorism force, and they have only four investigators are working to address the issues http://www.iraqpressagency.com/?p=199736&lang=ar