Equatorial Guinea: Torture and Heavy Sentences Mark Unfair Trial

Equatorial Guinea: Torture and Heavy Sentences Mark Unfair Trial

Amnesty International | September 13, 2002
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Amnesty International is calling on the authorities of Equatorial Guinea to retry fairly within a reasonable period of time or release the nearly 70 people who received unfair and heavy sentences on Sunday 9 June on the sole basis of statements extracted under torture during incommunicado detention.

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