Our groups letters of concern helped release Father Hillary Boma and 26 of Sudan.
Father Hillary Boma and 26 others were held, charged and sentence during an unfair military trial in the capitol city of Khartoum.
The 27 men, including two Roman Catholic priests, held on charges relating to alleged involvement with explosions in Khartoum in June 1998.
It is believed that the unjust charges against the accused were all politically motivated in nature and thus, Amnesty International believes that the accused are “prisoners of conscience” and called for the immediate and unconditional release.
They were released on December 18, 1999.
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