To collect 10,000 US Dollars ransom | Military Police detains civilian and blackmails his family • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

To collect 10,000 US Dollars ransom | Military Police detains civilian and blackmails his family

 

 

Aleppo Governorate: SOHR activists have reported that members of the Military Police including the head of the investigation department and another officer in the Military Police branch in A’zaz city, released a civilian from Al-Maghri village in Al-Bab countryside, after detaining him for nearly 10 months.

SOHR sources reported that negotiations took place between the civilian’s relatives and members of the military police who were involved in the kidnapping, where the relatives agreed to pay 10,000 US dollars for his release.

According to SOHR activists, the detained civilian was arrested on charges of stealing motorbikes, about ten months ago in A’zaz city, where the court sentenced him innocent verdict of charges and issued release warrant, but the military police members involved in the kidnapping hid the decree in order to collect ransom from the civilian’s family.

Military police members took the civilian to Midanki in Shiran district in Afrin countryside and negotiated his relatives to get the ransom.

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