Oumar Samake, the commander of the Special Anti-Terrorist Forces in Mali was jailed for killing 14 anti-government protesters in July 2020.
Prison guards were reportedly forced to step aside as Commander Samake was released from jail by members of his squad.
The special force unit was trained by both the EU and the US to help in the fight against jihadist groups.
Some local media reported that the circumstances of how Oumar Samake was released are not clear because some journalists say the government ordered his release to avoid unrest in the country.
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