article | Hannah El-Hitami

Last week in Koblenz, the renowned "Caesar" files were used as evidence in a court of law, for the first time. A forensic expert testified in the Al-Khatib trial, after having analysed the dead bodies in more than 50,000 photos. His conclusion: torture and killings were systematic across all secret service branches.

Last week in Koblenz, the renowned “Caesar” files were used as evidence in a court of law, for the first time. A forensic expert testified in the Al-Khatib trial, after having analysed the dead bodies in more than 50,000 photos. His conclusion: torture and killings were systematic across all secret service branches.

via www.justiceinfo.net