Saleh-Houthi militias injure prisoners, relocate them to unknown places
The Saleh-Houthi militias have injured dozens of oppositionists in the Central Security Jail of the capital Sana’a by storming cells and shooting live bullets and tear gas at the inmates, and relocated more than 24 of them to unknown detention places.
The coup militias have abducted hundreds of peaceful oppositionists and held them in jails since they overran Sana’a on 21st September 2014.
The prisoners’ disgruntled mothers, organized in theAbductees’ Mothers Association,told Saba that the militias “moved 24 prisoners to secret prisons.”
“The militias had been banning relatives’ visits and food and medicines access to the inmates,” said the Association.
TheAssociation appealed to the international organizations and local tribal dignitaries to end the militias’ forcible disappearance of the prisoners and committing of any abuses against them.