Lebanon: Samir Gea'gea' and Jirjis al-Khouri: Torture and unfair trial
This report describes Amnesty International's concerns about the pre-trial detention, the cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment and unfair trials of Samir Gea'gea' (leader of the banned Lebanese Forces (LF)) and Jirjis al-Khouri, a member of the LF. In 1994 they were arrested along with scores of LF members after the bombing of the Sayidat al-Najat (Lady of Deliverance) church in Junieh, in February 1994, in which 10 people died.
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