The Central Criminal Court of Iraq convicted 51 people in mid-May, sentencing three of them to death for the murder of a detainee, and three others who were implicated as torturers.
Barag Hussain Ali, 18; Ahmad Muhammad Mahmud, 19; and Adib Dali Muttar, 19, were directly involved in killing a man while they were being detained at Camp Cropper near Baghdad, according to a press release issued Wednesday by Multi-National Force—Iraq.
Meanwhile, Ahmad Hassan Ali, 25; Jasim Muhammad Hilal, 32; and Ali Asama’ Ail Abrahim, 21, were sentenced to death for kidnapping and torture.
Coalition forces found their victims during a raid in September on a farmhouse believed to be part of an insurgent training camp in Baghdad, officials said.
Six people were convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for charges including training foreign fighters, possessing illegal weapons and crossing the border illegally.