By Yusef Taylor, @FlexDan_YT
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This article continues from the first article where a detainee and eye witness alleged that Gorgi Mboob hit Ebrima Sanneh in the genitals with a hoe and also fired bullets during a training session while detainees were out doing farming work in the Anti Crime Unit camp. The following day the National Human Rights Commission published a Press Release condemning Police brutality.
This prompted me to visit Gorgi Mboob and enquire about the safety and whereabouts of Ebrima. After arriving at the ACU I was informed that Ebrima’s father had facilitated his release before I arrived at 14:00 hours. Today 25th July 2020 I visited the ACU in Bijilo where I meet Gorgi Mboob. I went with one witness Nacee Marenah but I was not allowed to see Commissioner Mboob with her. I had to meet Gorgi Mboob on my own.