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A U.S. man who was detained in Saudi Arabia for nearly three weeks was tortured by authorities and then freed only after a series of pleas to stop interrogating him, according to court filings.
The man, identified in a filing under an alias “K.F.,” was held by authorities for nearly a month before his trial was abruptly concluded on Oct. 29, two days after he was released.
U.S. citizen K.F. claims he was detained for weeks by authorities to extract him from a Facebook Live video in which he discussed his desire to be freed from Saudi Arabia. Photo: Facebook
“At the end of September I requested to be released for travel to Washington, D.C., where I have been in contact with representatives for the National Congress of American Indians. The State Department denied my visa application on Sept. 2,” the filing asserts.
“I told the State Department that I would go the National Police Station to get my passport to accompany me to the United States and then go to the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) in Riyadh to present myself as an advocate and seek a court order to be freed,” he said. “I also provided the SCB with photos from my passport of my parents who are in Saudi Arabia. The SCB agreed on the conditions that I do not travel to any country other than the United States.”
The complaint details allegations of torture and assault by Saudi authorities, including an inmate in the Saudi Arabian Supreme Court, which has been charged with carrying out “cruel punishment” when detainees “resist, obstruct, or interfere with law enforcement agents,” by attempting to “detain or question (foreigners) who resist” detention by officials.
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