Prisons and Torture Crimes

Story by Ajda Ender

People who commit crimes in the world’s societies should be tried by the courts in accordance with human rights in law.

When people who commit crimes are arrested by the police or punished by the court, they face torture that violates human rights in prisons.

The guards, who attack the right to life of prisoners who are tortured by being stripped naked and raped in prisons, are behaving against human rights.

Prison guards, who brutally torture prisoners by electrocuting their bodies and throwing them into cells, are acting against the law.

Prisoners’ right to health is being usurped in unhygienic environments in prisons.

People who commit crimes must be tried in courts and sentenced in prisons in accordance with human rights.

Prisoners die and commit suicide due to physical, psychological violence and torture in prisons.

The task of prisons and guards is to ensure that prisoners serve their sentences in accordance with human rights.

Torture and violence against people of different races and religions convicted in prisons is a violation of human rights.

It is against human rights to unlawfully prosecute prisoners who are sentenced by the courts in prisons.

Torture or inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment is prohibited in the European court of human rights.

Torture is a crime against humanity.

Torture of people is prohibited in the European human rights convention, international conventions and international law.

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