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After Years of Slammed Doors, Torture Survivors Finally End Impunity Streak

I’m in awe of our clients, who courageously pursued justice and prevailed against overwhelming odds. As an attorney representing victims of torture, one of the most inspiring things I have ever seen is the sheer determination of survivors standing up and publicly confronting those responsible. That’s why I’m so elated that our clients Suleiman Abdullah Salim, Mohamed Ahmed Ben Soud, and Obaidullah have surmounted so many obstacles in their long pursuit of justice.
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