A government committee has heard from a leading investigator that policemen on the scene of the attacks last November vomited after witnessing victims with their eyes gouged out. They claimed that some had been castrated with their genitals put in their mouths and that women were stabbed in the genitals.
Prosecutors at the parliamentary inquiry into the Bataclan deaths in France have denied the police claims, saying that no sharp knives were found at the scene.
The inquiry heard that the alleged torture was the reason that some bodies of those who died were not released to their family, reports HeatStreet.
The investigator told the inquiry: ‘After the assault, we were with colleagues at the passage Saint-Pierre Amelot when I saw weeping from one of our colleagues who came outside to vomit. He told us what he had seen.’
He then confirmed that his colleague had seen ‘acts of torture’ on the second floor of the Bataclan.
Terrorist attackers were planning on using filmed footage of the torture victims for ISIS propoganda, it is believed.
Some of the victims were beheaded by the terrorist attackers, according to the claims.
The inquiry heard from the president of the committee, Georges Fenech, that one father had been told while visiting his son’s body at the morgue that the right side of his face was unrecognisable because terrorists had ‘punctured his eye and sliced down the right side of his face.’