article | Hannah El-Hitami

In the Al-Khatib trial in Koblenz, Germany, a doctor testified about treating prisoners in the Syrian Secret Service's Branch 251. He reported severe injuries, and deaths on an almost daily basis. But while he was tasked with improving inmates' medical conditions, other testimonies have described hospitals as places of torture, and doctors as participants in the abuse of detainees by the government's security services.

In the Al-Khatib trial in Koblenz, Germany, a doctor testified about treating prisoners in the Syrian Secret Service’s Branch 251. He reported severe injuries, and deaths on an almost daily basis. But while he was tasked with improving inmates’ medical conditions, other testimonies have described hospitals as places of torture, and doctors as participants in the abuse of detainees by the government’s security services.

via www.justiceinfo.net