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A report from former war crimes prosecutors claims up to 11,000 Syrian detainees were beaten to death, strangled or electrocuted.
Syria is facing fresh war crimes allegations after "clear evidence" of the "systematic torture and killing" of up to 11,000 people was published.
The claims were made by a group of top international lawyers, who were handed 55,000 images of dead prisoners.
The lawyers, who are all former war crimes prosecutors, said the photographs showed emaciated corpses with severe injuries and would support findings of crimes against humanity by Bashar al Assad's regime.
Some detainees appeared to have been beaten, strangled or electrocuted, they claimed.
One of the report's authors, Professor David Crane, has told Sky News that the evidence is strong enough to prosecute Mr Assad himself.
I saw this too, but Saudi Arabia wants Assad out in a bad way, & so does Qatar, which is who the guy turned the photos over to.
Not like the other side isn't doing the same, just not taking photos, altho they may have uploaded some youtube:(
What a mess...not to end until the end of time....