The BHRC expresses grave concern at the verdict in the Sayedee case

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The BHRC expresses grave concern at the verdict in the Sayedee case handed down yesterday by the ICT in which he was found guilty on eight counts out of twenty counts. In respect of two of those counts, Sayedee has been sentenced to capital punishment. The BHRC is opposed to the death penalty in all circumstances.

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