UA 399/94 - Central African Republic: death penalty: Dieudonne Kalanga Belly, Antoine Metende, Alain-Isaac Gbabele, Boris Barnabe Wili Bona
The four gendarmes named above have been sentenced to death, having been found guilty of murder by the Permanent Military Court of the Central African Republic. Apart from a review by the Supreme Court, which may grant a retrial, there is no right of appeal against the verdict of a military court. AI is calling on the President to commute the death sentences.
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