Guards on Manus Mislead Detainee After Throat Cut by Locals
From The Citizen X Disclosures Facebook page –
The Iranian ethnic Arab asylum seeker, Amin Afravi GRL076 whose throat was cut by Manus locals and survived, has been told by Wilson that he attempted suicide – and that his throat had not been cut by locals.
Wilson has told him that he had attempted suicide on 14th of February although eyewitnesses confirmed that Amin’s throat was cut by locals in front of their eyes on 16th .
On the night of 16th, while his throat was still bleeding, G4S and immigration agents came and asked him questions about his case.
Amin, who is now mentally ill, is under pressure to accept that he did that to himself.11.May.14.
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