'The worst place on earth': inside Assad's brutal Saydnaya prison

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The Security Council is responsible for letting this savage regime in Syria.

'The worst place on earth': inside Assad's brutal Saydnaya prison

Syria’s most notorious jail has been a journalistic blank spot. Now ex-detainees and architects have built an accurate model, using ‘ear-witness’ testimony, of the president’s hellish torture house.



 
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Worse than ISRAEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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The Security Council is responsible for letting this savage regime in Syria.

'The worst place on earth': inside Assad's brutal Saydnaya prison

Syria’s most notorious jail has been a journalistic blank spot. Now ex-detainees and architects have built an accurate model, using ‘ear-witness’ testimony, of the president’s hellish torture house.






Yeah Saddam had something similar, I remember hearing the head of CNN in Baghdad on ths radio program years ago, apologizing for the fact that for years they never reported on the daily torture and intimidation because they were afraid to lose their news office if they didnt tow the line. These torture houses seem to be a pretty common thread with dictators in that part of the world.

CNN’s Iraqi Cover-Up




(8) Margaret Wente writes in Canada’s Globe and Mail (“Saddam’s silent collaborators” – April 15) of the children’s prison in Baghdad where the regime locked up the kids of parents deemed disloyal to the regime, and tortured them. She questions why for years CNN and others didn’t report on “the children’s screams” even though they were known about. Former weapons inspector Scott Ritter, for example, said he knew about the children’s prison because his team inspected it in 1998. He once said it was the most horrific thing he had seen. “Probably 200 kids from toddlers to 12-year-olds. The stench was unreal –urine, feces, vomit, sweat. The kids were howling and dying of thirst. We threw water in there, but the Iraqis probably took the water out afterwards.”
 

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I think I saw a documentary on it on TV, they reconstructed what the different parts of the prison hold based on what the former inmates heard, including echo patterns.
 

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Next week: Zombies and earwitnesses describe Assad´s brutal torture cemetery...
 

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The Security Council is responsible for letting this savage regime in Syria.

'The worst place on earth': inside Assad's brutal Saydnaya prison

Syria’s most notorious jail has been a journalistic blank spot. Now ex-detainees and architects have built an accurate model, using ‘ear-witness’ testimony, of the president’s hellish torture house.






Yeah Saddam had something similar, I remember hearing the head of CNN in Baghdad on ths radio program years ago, apologizing for the fact that for years they never reported on the daily torture and intimidation because they were afraid to lose their news office if they didnt tow the line. These torture houses seem to be a pretty common thread with dictators in that part of the world.

CNN’s Iraqi Cover-Up




(8) Margaret Wente writes in Canada’s Globe and Mail (“Saddam’s silent collaborators” – April 15) of the children’s prison in Baghdad where the regime locked up the kids of parents deemed disloyal to the regime, and tortured them. She questions why for years CNN and others didn’t report on “the children’s screams” even though they were known about. Former weapons inspector Scott Ritter, for example, said he knew about the children’s prison because his team inspected it in 1998. He once said it was the most horrific thing he had seen. “Probably 200 kids from toddlers to 12-year-olds. The stench was unreal –urine, feces, vomit, sweat. The kids were howling and dying of thirst. We threw water in there, but the Iraqis probably took the water out afterwards.”

yes---both dog Saddam and dog Assad -----represent the filth
of baathism
 

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