This video says about itself:
Atrocious Torture and Inhuman Treatment in Ethiopia…part 1
30 June 2013
It is a personal testimony of a person who was detained and tortured by the tyrannical regime in Ethiopia.
By Paddy McGuffin in Britain:
Tories won’t push to free Londoner
Saturday 4th April 2014
He has not been seen since December, when the British government was granted a brief and heavily monitored meeting.
“The UK’s failure to even ask for Andy Tsege’s release over the past nine months is nothing short of a scandal,” said Reprieve death penalty team head Maya Foa.
“We’re talking about the illegal kidnap, rendition and possible torture of a British citizen — and a father of young children — by a government that had already sentenced him to death on trumped-up politically motivated charges.”
The Ethiopian government has refused to say whether it will carry out the death sentence and has rejected requests by Mr Tsege’s family, British officials and Reprieve lawyers to visit him in prison.
“The government of Ethiopia is supposed to be a close ally, but its refusal to reveal where Andy is being held or how he’s being treated shows only contempt for the UK and for Andy’s rights,” Ms Foa said.
Andy Tsege: Fears grow over state of mind of British activist who languishes in Ethiopian jail: here.
Philip Hammond warns Ethiopia over treatment of Briton on death row. Foreign secretary condemns detention of Andargachew Tsige in solitary confinement with no access to consular help or right to appeal: here.
MINISTERS must use the African Union summit in Ethiopia to press for the release of a British man renditioned to the country, human rights organisation Reprieve said yesterday. Foreign Office Minister James Duddridge is attending the Union’s 10-day annual summit in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, which started yesterday. Reprieve has written to Mr Duddridge, urging him to try and secure the release of Andargachew Tsege, a British father of three and political activist who is being detained with a death sentence hanging over him: here.
A British national seized and held captive by the Ethiopian government is in dire need of our support, writes KATE HODGSON. BRITISH national Ethiopian-born Andargachew “Andy” Tsege suffers in a living nightmare over 3,600 miles away: here.