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Despite its denials that widespread torture still persists, Sri Lanka has repeatedly failed to investigate war crimes allegations stemming from its 26-year civil war between the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, who were fighting for an independent homeland, and the Sinhalese-dominated government.
The Tigers, as they were known, were designated as a terrorist organization after a wave of suicide bombings.
After the war, he returned to the family farm, helping his father.
Last year, he married his high school sweetheart, and began collecting donations for victims of the war.
Many Tamils contend that the government continues to target them as part of a larger plan to destroy their culture.
"The levels of sexual abuse being perpetuated in Sri Lanka by authorities are the most egregious and perverted that I've ever seen." Most of the men say they were blindfolded as they were driven to detention sites.
They said the majority of their captors identified themselves as members of the Criminal Investigations Department, a police unit that investigates serious crimes.
"On another occasion, they put chili powder in a bag and put the bag over my head until I passed out. raped me." His father eventually bribed the security officers to free him. Most of the men said their families paid an average bribe of 500,000 Sri Lankan Rupees (around ,250) and up to ,000 to be smuggled into Europe — hefty sums that sometimes forced their families to sell parcels of land.
Many of the other victims said they had never worked for the Tamil Tigers.
One by one, the men agreed to tell their stories to The Associated Press and to have the extensive scars on their legs, chests and backs photographed.