By Khaled Al-Shalahi
MADINA – The family of Hussain Bandar Al-Enezi, who was shot dead nearly two months ago in Syria, has hired a law firm to file a case against Syrian security forces after the Syrian Interior Ministry admitted that Hussain’s dead body was taken from his grave few hours after it was buried.
Waleed Al-Enezi, the victim’s cousin, said the family has appointed a lawyer to contact global human rights organizations to expedite the negotiations a Saudi officer at the Kingdom’s Embassy in Syria has been conducting with Syrian authorities.
Waleed said Syrian authorities are still hiding information about the dead body and its forensic report. He said he was skeptical his cousin’s body will ever be found, while expressing a possibility that the dead body may have been buried in a mass grave.
He claimed that Red Crescent in Syria refused to give any information regarding the dead body and said that the case was being looked into by Syrian officials.