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Four Charged with Terrorism Allege F.B.I. Brutality

The Associated Press reports that four individuals charged with terrorism in connection with the deaths of 76 people in Uganda in 2010 are claiming the F.B.I. physically abused them during their investigation.

According to the AP:

One suspect, Selemi Hijar Nyamandondo, said an interrogator hit him in the eye, causing his glasses to break, his eye to bleed and making him collapse. Omar Awadh Omar said he was punched and slapped by men who said they were F.B.I. agents.

You can read the full report here.

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