The prosecution also alleges that this was a complex illegal gambling operation, with bets being placed on the outcome of the matches. The fight videos were sold on the black market for profit. This also proved to be a key piece of evidence for the prosecution. Dozens of DVD's were confiscated.
In Baba Amr, a hard-hit district of Homs, field hospitals were allegedly raided by government forces. The injured taken away "for questioning". They often did not return. A doctor who preferred to remain anonymous claims that suspected activists were singled out. The rumors began emerging that they were being fed to the undead for sport. "It was too terrible to believe. We refused. But then we saw the video."
Public outrage was so overwhelming within Syria that it reached all the way to the government. Ministers and public officials demanded answers.
Even so, many question Syria's role in this whole incident, and whether it was aware of the treatment of these political prisoners.
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