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Attahiru Umaru confessed to the crime. The abuse inflicted most of the time is toward non-citizens. A spokesman for the council said that DNA evidence could, at best, serve as supplementary evidence but could not supersede the Islamic laws laid out for determining rape complaints. He was found guilty and sentenced to death by stoning by a lower Shari'a court in Ningi, BauchiState, in June Not only were the new Shari'a penal codes imperfect and inconsistent, but some of them referred to prescriptions within Islam which were not codified in the new laws but were nevertheless expected to be enforced. According to a study carried out by Human Rights Watch there is a rape once every two hours,  a gang rape every hour   and percent women are suffering with some kind of domestic violence. Abubakar Mohammed told Human Rights Watch:
UK police arrest man over ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ letters
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We were told whoever took his hands off would be beaten. Section 35 4 of the Nigerian constitution stipulates that the police must bring a person before a court of law within "a reasonable time. Ensure that all suspects in police custody are given adequate food and water and granted access to medical treatment where required. It is extremely rare for inquests and autopsies to be carried out for detainees who die in police custody. After the second day I was badly wounded and there was blood. They explained to Human Rights Watch that, in their own experience, the police deliberately withheld case files, or say they are still conducting investigations, in order not to produce the suspect before a court.