Iraq: Man faces execution after unfair trial in Iraq: Osama Jamal ‘Abdallah Mahdi
Amnesty International has received information about Osama Jamal ‘Abdallah Mahdi, a 32-year-old oil technician who was sentenced to death in December 2011 after an unfair trial. His “confession”, allegedly obtained under torture, was admitted as evidence against him. His conviction was reportedly upheld by the Court of Cassation in 2012.
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