This video says about itself:
Cameroon’s Secret Torture Chambers: Fotokol
19 July 2017
Amnesty International has collected evidence of over a hundred cases of illegal detention, torture, and extrajudicial killing of Cameroonian citizens falsely accused of supporting or being a member of Boko Haram, at around twenty sites across the country.
Using testimony and information supplied by Amnesty International, Forensic Architecture reconstructed two of these facilities – a regional military headquarters and an occupied school – in order to confirm and illustrate the conditions of incarceration and torture described by former detainees.
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From Amnesty International:
Cameroon: Amnesty report reveals war crimes in fight against Boko Haram, including horrific use of torture
20 July 2017, 00:01 UTC
• Detainees subjected to severe beatings, agonising stress positions and drownings, with some tortured to death
• Widespread torture at 20 sites, including four military bases…
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