Abducted man from Ajdabiya found dead in Benghazi

Abducted man from Ajdabiya found dead in Benghazi

October 24, 2017 - 15:53
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Written By: AbdullahBenIbrahim

Abdul-Fittah Al-Mugharabi

The body of Abdul-Fittah Al-Mugharabi was found in Benghazi on Monday after three months of abduction from his hometown of Ajdabiya by so-called Investigation and Arrest Squad of Dignity Operation.

His dead body was found in Zeet Street, a place that has become infamous for throwing dead abductees.

Signs of torture, burns and a gunshot to the head were visible on his body, a medical source confirmed.

Earlier, Al-Mugharabi appeared in orange jumpsuit on Dignity Operation’s Al-Hadat TV, giving what appeared to be a forced confession to murder.   

Last week, Al-Mugharabi’s tribesman Sofian Bu Staiya was found handcuffed in a landfill in Zeet Street with signs of torture and a gunshot to the head.

Both victims were former members of Ibrahim Jodran-led Petroleum Facilities Guard.


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