Turkish Human Rights Group Reports Violation
The first internal report in Turkey about human rights violations and torture in Turkish prisons and police stations was issued Thursday by members of Turkish Human Rights Committee, reported ArabicNews.com.
The report comprised a description of incidents, which took place during the last two years through the voices of the tortured prisoners, added the agency.
The report seized equipment and tools that were used by official security members in torturing prisoners and detainees of different political trends.
In their report, the committee members described the most popular methods of torture as to hang the person on the wall and to tie the detainee's hand behind his back then he is dangled from the ceiling naked and remains like this till he confesses, the agency said.
The report was submitted to the Turkish parliament Saturday.
It asked the government to take urgent and decisive procedures to end such torture operations - Albawaba.com
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