This video says about itself:
22 October 2011
A group of Bahraini doctors and nurses – convicted of trying to overthrow the government – are preparing to appeal their sentences.
In September, a military court sentenced 20 medics to jail terms of up to 15 years, provoking an outcry from human rights groups. Their appeals will be heard in a civilian court, and could lead to a retrial.
The medics deny the charges and say the government wants to punish them for treating protesters injured during Bahrain‘s uprising.
Al Jazeera speaks to Abdulrazzaq Al-Saeidi, from the Physicians for Human Rights.
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