Lawyers acting for the victims of a wave of abductions and torture by security forces in Uganda have named senior military commanders, including the president’s son, in a complaint to the international criminal court. The Guardian reports that the complaint describes hundreds of abductions and abuse. At least one detainee has also been confirmed as having died in custody, although the death toll is thought to be much higher. Ugandan military spokespeople have repeatedly denied responsibility for any abuses though, and Museveni in a national address in February dismissed allegations that his forces had illegally detained civilians, saying the army was “a disciplined force” and that his party “does not kill” its opponents.