Tunisia: Write for rights 2010: Act now for Saber Ragoubi
Saber Ragoubi was sentenced to death after being convicted of national security and terrorism-related charges, which he denies. His trial was unfair and he was convicted on the basis of a "confession" he said he was forced to make under torture. He is held in solitary confinement and is not permitted to receive visits from his family, nor receive correspondence. Amnesty International is calling for commutation of his death sentence and a fair retrial.
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