Turkey: The alleged torture of Cevat Soysal at National Intelligence Agency Headquarters, Ankara
This report summarizes the case of Cevat Soysal, who is currently on trial charged with separatism, which carries the death penalty. Amnesty International has called for a full and impartial investigation into Cevat Soysal's allegations of torture. The Office of the Prime Minister has informed him that a prosecution would not be appropriate.
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