Saharawi activists who were brutally beaten presented to court
PUSL.- The three activists that the Moroccan authorities brutally beat at the reception of the political prisoner and journalist Salah Lebsir, who was released on 7 June, were arrested and brought to court.
After the brutal intervention in Smara, Salik Mubarak Abdi and Walid al-Salik Albatal were transferred yesterday June 10 to the city of El Aaiun and presented to the court of appeal to the investigative judge.
Ali Al-Taluki was present at the court of Smara on the same day.
Salik Mubarak Abdi and Walid al-Salik Albatal are now detained in the black prison of El Aaiun in the occupied territories of Western Sahara.
According to several sources the three activists whose attack was filmed are in a serious health condition due to the beatings and subsequent torture by the Moroccan authorities.
The attack was filmed and a video released by Equipe Media shows how a group of Moroccan agents armed with sticks brutally beat the three Saharawi citizens in the Moroccan-occupied city of Smara in Western Sahara.