From Human Right Watch
Thai authorities should immediately conduct an independent and credible investigation into the death of a suspected insurgent after being interrogated in military custody. Abdulloh Esormusor, 34, died on August 25, 2019, after more than a month-long coma.
“The death of Abdulloh Esormusor is an important test case for the Thai government on whether it is willing to address rights violations in military detention,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “Thai leaders need to demonstrate that they are serious about conducting an independent investigation and prosecute any wrongdoing or risk complicity for yet another unlawful conduct of soldiers.”
On July 20 at about 4 p.m., the military apprehended Abdulloh at his home in Pattani province. He was detained without charge at the 43th Taharn Pran Task Force interrogation center located inside the Ingkayutthaboriharn military camp.
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