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PCHR Demands the Public Prosecution to Open an Investigation into the Police Assault on a Detainee, PCHR Condemns Detaining his Wife and Children to Force Him to Surrender

Ref: 02/2002   Palestinian police officers in Gaza city assaulted Mohammed Fayez Abulatta (31) on the grounds of a personal fight he had with a member of the General Investigation Service near his home. The officers, some of whom were masked, physically assaulted Abulatta and broke both of his legs, after he was arrested and detained. The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights strongly condemns the law enforcement officers’ undermining of the rule of law and taking the law into their own hands. PCHR calls for a serious investigation into the incident and to bring perpetrators to justice. According to PCHR investigation, police officers...

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