Former Spanish hostage describes Isis torture

Cordon Press

Javier Espinosa, a Spanish journalist who was captured and imprisoned by the Islamic State ‘Isis’ in Aleppo, Syria, has revealed his experiences of torture with more than 20 journalists and aid workers. He was guarded in what he described a high security prison.

In the facility fake executions where staged in order to intensify physiological torture inflicted on the inmates. Javier was told he might well end up like these inmates, and many real executions also took place. A British photographer, John Cantlie, who was held in the facility, but not released, may still be alive.


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