One of the kidnappers died in the prisons of the Houthi militia in Ibb Governorate, central Yemen, in light of the high number of victims in the prisons of the coup militia as a result of the torture they were subjected to.
Local sources said that a 60-year-old citizen named “Muhammad Ali Hassan Al-Adeeb” died in a prison under the control of the Houthi militia in the two districts of Al-Wafr, north of Ibb governorate.
According to the sources, the “writer” died in prison as a result of the physical and psychological torture he was subjected to.
The sources confirmed that the writer was exerting widespread pressure on him by the Houthi militia, while the treatment he was dealing with was used as a means of pressure to achieve the goals of those in charge of the prison, and he was deprived of it.
Other sources talked about the prisoner who refused to send one of his sons to the Houthi fighting fronts, while other sources talked about the existence of a dispute between him and another citizen behind the process of his imprisonment, leading to his death in the cell in a tragic scene in the absence of any role for the humanitarian and human rights authorities.
The prisons of Ibb governorate, which is under the control of the Houthi militia, are witnessing horrific and brutal torture operations that have caused the death of dozens of kidnapped and prison inmates, according to identical human rights sources and reports.