German police urged to re-investigate asylum seeker's death in custody
The 12th of November the „Oury-Jalloh-Initiative“ and the Grundrechtekomitee had invited to the Robert-Havemann-Saal in the Haus der Demokratie und Menschenrechte in Berlin for a press conference. Activists are calling for a new public investigation into the death of an asylum seeker who burnt to death under mysterious circumstances in a police cell in Dessau, east Germany in 2005.
This Tuesday, members of the In Memory of Oury Jalloh initiative presented new evidence, which they say disproves the theory that Jalloh could have set the fire himself. The report suggests that the kind of burns found on the site of Jalloh's death could only have been caused by the use of additional fire accelerants such as petrol or lighter fluid. Maksim Smirnou, a certified arson investigator based in Ireland, has conducted a series of tests recreating the conditions inside the cell.
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Created: 2013-11-22 18:02:00 Hits: 1468
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