“He was caught by 6 Slovenian police officers who electrocuted him with stun-guns, took him to the Croatian border, and threw him into a river”

  • Date and time: June 14, 2018 00:00
  • Location: Close to the Croatian-Slovenian border, Slovenia
  • Coordinates: 45.865508740041356, 15.621676491034236
  • Push-back from: Slovenia
  • Push-back to: Croatia
  • Demographics: 1 person(s), age: 23 , from: Algeria
  • Minors involved? No
  • Violence used: electric shock, water immersion
  • Police involved: 6 Slovenian border police officers
  • Taken to a police station?: unknown
  • Was the intention to ask for asylum expressed?: Unknown
  • Reported by: No Name Kitchen

    Original Report

    The interviewee walked alone from Velika Kladusa across the Croatian border, and from there to Slovenia. While he was in a forest in Slovenia, he was caught by 6 Slovenian police officers who electrocuted him with stun-guns, took him to the Croatian border, and threw him into a river. The police officers did not asked him any questions about his nationality or whether he had intentions to apply for asylum in Slovenia. The police further stole his mobile phone and money. He was treated in the hospital, was unable to walk and needed a wheelchair because of open cuts in his leg, as a result of the assault by the police.