10 unidentified bodies with signs of torture and gunshots found in Benghazi on Friday, local sources reported.
The sources clarified that 5 bodies were found dumped in a landfill in Laithi district while the 5 others were found tossed on Al-Nahir Road.
Papers written on them names of the victims and “Khawarij” were found on the bodies. Khawarij is a term frequently used by Dignity Operation camp to describe ISIS members, political opponents, Muslim brotherhood, and other Islamist groups alike.
Local residents from Laithi claimed that 5 of the victims were arrested by masked gunmen on Thursday after being arrested and then released a year ago for charges related to alleged support to “terror group.”
The new atrocity comes just 2 days after the extrajudicial execution of 10 captives by Benghazi butcher Mahmoud Werfalli.
Killing and throwing of bodies in the streets of the war-ravaged city is not new. Some activists have started calling it “the city of death.”
On Wednesday, two unidentified bodies were found in a waste dump in Ard Sollabi district of with visible gunshots.