Syrian photographer hopes exposé of ‘slaughter’ will help build case against Assad regime

A photographer known only as “Caesar,” wearing the blue hood, is in hiding, fearing for the safety of himself and his family. He agreed to speak to CBC’s The Fifth Estate through a translator, so long as his identity would remain anonymous.

A former military forensic photographer for Syria’s Department of Defence told CBC’s The Fifth Estate he smuggled thousands of photos out of the country to show the world the “slaughter” and “ongoing massacre” occurring inside the Assad regime.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Leave a Reply