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NIA-the pest of a vicious state, or hunting witches (PART THREE) how they torture!

Freedom Newspaper Torture is either physical or psychological-both are too bad for decency! In The Gambia of today, we have the NIA that tortures by using both methods without being accountable to any one other than Yahya Jammeh. When someone is caught within the NIA drag net the agency first uses hearsay talk to instill fear in that person's mind. Then use close friends, family members and other talkers to send a signal that, you the person in question are not in the books of Jemus Junkung Jammeh, therefore have to be extremely careful.

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