Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Iran: clearer

The detained Dutch/Iranian woman Zahra Bahrami is not only charged with moharebeh and the membership of the Association of Iranian monarchists, but also for possession of 450 grams of cocaine, these charges mean that she most certainly will be sentenced to death.
The presiding judge in court is known for sentencing protestors to death.
A video from yesterdays NOSjournaal :

here you can find more related (Dutch) video and audio.
Saturday Bahrami has to appear in the revolutionary court with judge Salavati.
source: Volkskrant, Nos

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International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran reports that reliable sources report that in Vakil Abad Prison of Mashhad over the past few months,more then 100 people have been hanged,mostly on drugsrelated charges.
The source told that the number of individuals on the death row inside Vakil Abad Prison’s Wards 101, 102, 103, and 104 as well as the Quarantine Ward is in the hundreds.
Sources also told ICHRI that the cells on deathrow are under the oversight of the prison’s Intelligence Unit and that each months there are two sets of executions and in each set between 30 to 40 individuals are hung at once, also women and juvenile offenders
source: International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran

Bahai Hossein Shayegan, a merchant at Shahin Vila Bazar in Karaj was summoned to go to court and was arrested along with his lawyer and transferred to Gohardasht Prison in Karaj.
source: HRHI

20 days after the disappearance of Dalir Roozgard from Saghez, and Ghiyas Naderzadeh from Paveh it was found out by a telephone contact that both were arrested by information agents of Kurdistan province.
They have founded the Zagros Committee in Tabriz University.
There is no information about their charges.
source: HRHI

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In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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