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faumata jawara

Message par raky le Sam 28 Mai - 6:35

I was taken by one tall man who tied his head with a scarf. He just grabbed my back. I could not move. He used my head tie to cover my face, head and mouth. He was speaking to me in Mandinka language and saying “are you UDP, you people are spoilers, you want to destroy this enjoyable regime but we will deal with you guys”. They took me to one dark place; I cannot tell where I was because my face was covered with my head tie. They undressed me and I was so seriously beaten I collapsed. When they stopped beating me they took me to another room. I heard them talking, someone was saying “give her water”. Another person said they should wait because if they give me water, I will die. They put me on a desk. I sneezed and they said; now she is okay. One of them said to me “Fatou you are a strong hearted woman, we have heard about you but somebody will narrate this to you but you will not narrate it”. They were speaking to me in both English and Mandinka. From there, they called more than 10 fat men inside that room and they asked them to rape me. I told them I don’t know any man but my husband and it would be better for them to kill me. I would rather die. They stopped. They wanted to take me to an interview 




“I was taken by one tall man who tied his head with a scarf. He just grabbed my back. I could not move. He used my head tie to cover my face, head and mouth. He was speaking to me in Mandinka language and saying “are you UDP, you people are spoilers, you want to destroy this enjoyable regime but we will deal with you guys”. They took me to one dark place; I cannot tell where I was because my face was covered with my head tie. They undressed me and I was so seriously beaten I collapsed. When they stopped beating me they took me to another room. I heard them talking, someone was saying “give her water”. Another person said they should wait because if they give me water, I will die. They put me on a desk. I sneezed and they said; now she is okay. One of them said to me “Fatou you are a strong hearted woman, we have heard about you but somebody will narrate this to you but you will not narrate it”. They were speaking to me in both English and Mandinka. From there, they called more than 10 fat men inside that room and they asked them to rape me. I told them I don’t know any man but my husband and it would be better for them to kill me. I would rather die. They stopped. They wanted to take me to an interview room. I could not walk. They just picked me and threw me in there. Before I was beaten, just after we arrived at the NlA, they had forced me to give a statement that I was amongst the protestors. I gave the statement before I beaten. They told me that if I don’t give the statement, “the place they will take me”. I gave a statement. Someone wrote the statement and I signed it. I cannot recognize the men who were beating me. I could see their shadows through my head tie but I would not be able to recognize them. I was taken to an interview room. There was a video man recording the interviews. When they questioned me, I was trying to answer but I was not very coherent. When they saw this they asked the video man to leave. They gave me water to drink. They asked me if I knew Darboe and I said yes,” said Fatoumatta Jawara, one of the tortured UDP supporters. Below is the full text of Ms. Jawara sworn affidavit, which filed in court by her attorneys. 
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Address: Tallindin
Age: 26 year


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Message par raky le Sam 28 Mai - 6:38

Status: Married with 3 children aged 7 years, 4 years and 3 years
On the 14th of April, I went to school to collect my handouts because I had a test the following Friday and Saturday. I attend MDI. On my way back home, I got out of the commercial vehicle around Westfield. When I got off the vehicle I saw people running from all directions. They were being chased by paramilitary officers.
I didn’t know what was going on. I started running as well. I was chased by one paramilitary officer. Afterwards 3 officers started to chase me. They caught me and threw me inside a truck. They were stamping on me with their feet. There were other people in the truck. The officers were just picking people up and throwing them at the back of the truck.
I asked what was going on. When I asked this question, one of the paramilitary officers slapped me. We were then taken to the PIU in 


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Message par raky le Sam 28 Mai - 6:41

We were then taken to the PIU in Kanifing. Around 5pm to 6 PM on the same day, we were moved to the remand wing of mile two.
They locked us there until around 1-2 am. We were called by prison officers to come out. I thought that they are going to release us but unfortunately we were escorted to the NIA. It was a large number of us. From PIU there were about 27 of us taken to Mile 2.
When we were being taken to NlA, we were taken in different vehicles. I was escorted together with Fatou Camara and some other officers on one vehicle. From there we were taken one by one into a room. I don’t know where they had taken my colleagues. I didn’t see Solo.
I was taken by one tall man who tied his head with a scarf. He just grabbed my back. I could not move. He used my head tie to cover my face, head and mouth.
He was speaking to me in Mandinka language and saying “are you UDP, you people are spoilers, you want to destroy this enjoyable regime but we will deal with you guys”.
They took me to one dark place; I cannot tell where I was because my face was covered with my head tie. They undressed me and I was so seriously beaten I collapsed.
When they stopped beating me they took me to another room. I heard them talking, someone was saying “give her water”. Another person said they should wait because if they give me water, I will die.
They put me on a desk. I sneezed and they said; now she is okay. One of them said to me “Fatou you are a strong hearted woman, we have heard about you but somebody will narrate this to you but you will not narrate it”.
They were speaking to me in both English and Mandinka. From there, they called more than 10 fat men inside that room and they asked them to rape me. I told them I don’t know any man but my husband and it would be better for them to kill me. I would rather die. They stopped.
They wanted to take me to an interview room. I could not walk. They just picked me and threw me in there.
Before I was beaten, just after we arrived at the NlA, they had forced me to give a statement that I was amongst the protestors. I gave the statement before I beaten. They told me that if I don’t give the statement, “the place they will take me”. I gave a statement. Someone wrote the statement and I signed it.
I cannot recognize the men who were beating me. I could see their shadows through my head tie but I would not be able to recognize them.
I was taken to an interview room. There was a video man recording the interviews. When they questioned me, I was trying to answer but I was not very coherent. When they saw this they asked the video man to leave. They gave me water to drink. They asked me if I knew Darboe and I said yes.
There was a first interview before I was beaten. They asked me if I knew Mr. Darboe and if I belong to any political party. I answered yes. They asked if he was part of it and I said no, Mr. Darboe is a law abiding citizen. They told me that I am a position holder in the party. I told them yes and I told them my position. I am the Female Youth Wing President.
They told me that as a position holder such will not happen without your notice. I told them that I didn’t know what is happening. I was just coming from school. That was when they threw me outside the room. Some officers dragged me. When they are beating you, they continuously pour water on you. After the interview, I was taken to a room and thrown on the floor with my wet clothes.
After they beat me, they gave me my wrapper and left me on the ground. I was in the room with Fatou Camara.
When I called the officers, they wouldn’t respond. I was calling out for help. One man then came and asked me what I want. I told him that I want to drink and use the bathroom. He called 2 ladies to assist me. They took me to the toilet with a wheel chair because I could not walk.
They made some hot water to bathe me. They all started crying because of the injuries on my body. After they bathe me, they took me back to the room. I collapsed again. I heard Nogoi Njie crying saying “Fatoumatta has passed away” I could hear that.
Around midday I found myself in a clinic. I saw Fatou Camara. I asked what happened and they told me that I collapsed. The clinic was inside the NlA. I started urinating blood. I was at the clinic for about 13 days. I was urinating blood. It stopped the day before we were taken to Mile 2. There were 2 ladies taking care of us at the clinic. I was bleeding all over.
I told one of the men that even if I had broken the law, they had the responsibility to look after me. That if anything happened to me, they would be responsible. After that they brought in very good medicines so our wounds could be healed before being brought to Court.
Some of the NIA officers were not allowed in the clinic because it was said that they were disclosing our condition over the internet.
3 days before we were taken back to remand, we were moved from the clinic and taken to a cell where we were detained. We only saw people when they came to bring our food. We were taken to Mile 2 last Thursday (28th April 2016). We are at the convict wing because they say remand is full.
Now that we have been taken to remand, we don’t have access to medicine or family. The food they are giving us is very bad and our families don’t have access to bring us food. The Doctor at NIA said we should bathe with hot water because of our injuries. We don’t have access to hot water to bathe with now.
I still have injuries on my body. I have the wrapper that is stained with blood. We are made to go and greet the Prison officers every morning. Also when the 2 nd shift come in the afternoon we have to go and greet them. We have been warned that if we don’t greet them, we will know. I don’t know who they are. They are prison officers.
They are not treating us well at Mile 2. They don’t want to assist us. They create problems for anyone who tries to assist us.


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Re: faumata jawara

Message par raky le Sam 28 Mai - 6:43

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I make the above statements to the best of my knowledge information and belief.
SWORN BY THE SAID FATOUMATTA JAWARA
AT BANJUL This t I day of May 2016
BEFORE ME
COMMISSIONER OF OATHS


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