Pakistani Police Exonerated After Torturing & Killing Christian Boy

Jul 10th, 2013 | By | Category: News Posts

AdnanMasihThe Asian Human Rights Commission is reporting that Pakistani police who held a Christian boy in detention, tortured and killed him, have been exonerated from their crime.

According to the AHRC:

The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information that police officers have been exonerated (by their own internal inquiry) from charges of killing a young Christian, who was tortured to death while being kept in illegal detention. After the killing, in a bid to fool the Christian community, senior police officials announced that all police officers involved in the matter, including the Station Head Officer (SHO), had been arrested and suspended, and that an inquiry would be conducted. However, the officers were never arrested and, after an internal inquiry, all of the perpetrators were exonerated from the charges of torture and death in police custody.

The young Christian man, Adnan Masih, was beat on the head with an iron rod, cut with a sharp knife, had his legs broken and his finger and toe nails pulled out. After six days of torture, the boy’s neck was broken and he was hung up in a bathroom. Police called it a suicide.

Read the rest of this horrifying story at the Asian Human Rights Commission website.

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