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Every time I denied something I would get hit, what other option did I have? World News Updated.
She denies that charge. By Reuters Staff 3 Min Read.
The report quoted a man who said he spent two days in Hobeish police station in the capital Beirut in October after police arrested him when they could not find his brother, whom they suspected of drug dealing. When they found no evidence, police changed the charges to homosexuality, which is illegal in Lebanon. The report was based on 50 interviews with people arrested for suspected drug use, sex work, or homosexuality over the past five years.
By Reuters Staff. Tamara, a transsexual woman, was arrested after neighbors accused her of prostitution. By the time her trial started, she had already spent five months in pre-trial detention, HRW said. Others told HRW that they were raped in custody or traded benefits such as cigarettes, food, or a more lenient police report in exchange for sex.
HRW said it had found cases of police putting detainees in stress positions for hours, dislocating shoulders, breaking teeth and noses, denying access to food, water and medicine, and sexual violence. He forced me to a confession that I have sex with men, all the while hurling punches and abuse at me.
A total of 23 people said police extracted confessions from them through mental and physical coercion. She too was taken to Hobeish police station, she told HRW. I was so scared and did not want to get beaten anymore that I said yes to everything.
The man complained to another officer but was then beaten with electricity cable, HRW said. In some cases the confessions were false, HRW said. He was released without charge.