Czech authorities inadequately investigated ill-treatment of an asylum-seeker at the Prague airport, held ECtHR

The European Court of Human Rights today partially upheld the application of a Turkish asylum-seeker about his ill-treatment by Czech police during his detention at Prague airport. In the judgment B. Ü. v. Czech Republic, the Strasbourg court held that the Czech General Inspectorate of Security Forces (GISF) had failed to adequately investigate his complaint of ill-treatment and had not allowed the applicant to participate effectively in the investigation.For more information click here.