They were feeding him…..
That’s far more than he actually deserves.
Convicted Swedish terrorist hospitalized after hunger strike
Hassan al-Mandlawi was in 2015 convicted and sentenced to life in prison by a Swedish court over his involvement in the decapitation of two men in Aleppo, in Syria, in 2013.
Although Mandlawi was not convicted of actually having carried out the brutal killings, he was found guilty of being involved in the preparations of the murders.
Mandlawi, who uses a wheelchair and suffers brain damage after being shot in the head in Turkey in 2013, has denied the charges. Last week, Sweden’s highest court, HD, rejected his appeal in the case.
Just two days after his case was rejected by the court, the man’s mother sent a letter to the Swedish government in which she said that her son had been hospitalized after refusing to eat for almost four months, pleading with them to instead let her care for him at home.
According to Göteborgs-Posten, the letter stated that Mandlawi suffers memory loss from his head injury and that he “refuses to drink or eat”. She also wrote that her son is in need of “some care and compassion which there is a lack of in the facility, with prison guards and people he doesn’t know”.