According to The Guardian, these records are forwarded to the Saudi king Salman bin Abdul Aziz, together with recommendations on a possible apology to all the prisoners. Or at least early release for those who suffer from serious health problems. Some advisors want to all detained during the 2017 to release.
an internal investigation commissioned commissioned by the king. According to a source at The Guardian approved the king surveys of up to 60 prisoners, many of them women, and that the royal family would take part of the report.
With the backdrop of the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi to the king according to The Guardian's tasks, ordered an evaluation of the decision to detain 200 people in a crackdown ordered by his heir, the crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.
In excerpts from the declassified records, which The Guardian published, it is stated that the prisoners suffer from, among other things, malnutrition, cuts, bruises, and burns:
burns over the entire body. Old wounds have not healed fully because of medical negligence.”
”the Patient can not move at all due to wounds in both legs and severe weakness in the body due to malnutrition and dehydration.”
In almost all cases, the required reports according to The Guardian that the prisoners would immediately be moved from the isoleringscellen for medical care.
The Guardian sought a comment from the Saudi arabian government a week ago. Despite repeated attempts, a spokesperson not wanted to discuss the matter. The authenticity of the document has not been challenged, according to the Guardian.
that they have been able to verify the authenticity and content of the investigations. Some of the data out of the leaked records have been confirmed by human rights organizations and an anonymous human rights activist.
The saudi government, however, recently three women who were facing trial and have not returned to The Guardian that asked them to comment on this.
the Individual's condition described in the documents that The Guardian has taken note of the consistent with the reports containing allegations of torture which have occurred. The Guardian, however, has not been able to confirm the details.
in the Past, the saudi regime, among other things, been accused of to whip and elchocka captured women's rights activists.
A spokesperson for Human Rights Watch told The Guardian that the data of the newspaper ”appears to confirm what they have said during the months of time”.