Syrian secret police officer is given life sentence in Germany for crimes against humanity

A former Syrian secret police officer has been convicted of crimes against humanity in Germany today for overseeing the abuse of prisoners at a jail near Damascus.

The Koblenz state court concluded that a decade ago, Anwar Raslan was the senior officer in charge of a facility in the Syrian city of Douma known as Al Khatib, or Branch 251, where suspected opposition protesters were detained.  

It sentenced him life in prison, after hearing witnesses describe the brutal torture of prisoners -…

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