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    Fahem Boukadous

    By Zied Mhirsi | May 2 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Fahem Boukadous

    Journalist  and Human Rights activist. His coverage on the violent protests of Gafsa  in 2008 found him incarcerated by the Ben Ali regime. After a speedy trial , he was found guilty of  ”criminal conspiracy likely to harm persons and property” and imprisoned. On January 19th, just five days after the fall of  the dictator…he was freed.

     

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