Monday, August 30, 2010

Iran: following

The cyber-unit of the revolutionary guards has extended the temporary detentionorder of blogger Hossein Ronaghi (Babak Khorramdin) for another month and he is still in a isolationcell of Ward 209a of the IRGC.
Ronaghi has been arrested 10 months ago.
He has been charged with publishing lies, insulting the founder of the Islamic Republic, insulting the Supreme Leader, and creating proxy servers.
Last week judge Mirabbas of the 26th branch of the Revolutionary Court set bail and his family paid $300.000 bail, but he was not released.
source: HRHI

The Laleh Park Mourning Mothers warn in a statement of August 28 about the traumatic effects of physical and psychological torture of political prisoner.
The statement describes the effects of psychological and physical torture on four political prisoners:
Hessam Tarmasi, 19-year-old young man who spent one year in prison, has been hospitalized for kidney disease and severe depression.
Narges Mohammadi, the spokesperson for Center for the Defense of Human Rights and mother of two three-year-old toddlers must be re-hospitalized following the deterioration of her psychological and physical condition after release from prison.
Mahboubeh Karami, a women’s rights activist has had to be hospitalized due to physical conditions caused by inactivity inside prison and severe depression.
Hamzeh Karami, a former IRGC Commander has been hospitalized in an Intensive Care Unit due to physical and psychological torture at Evin Prison.
During the first days after a release, it is important to seriously pursue complete tests and medical monitoring on all organs, especially kidneys, brain, and nervous system, so that the extremely bitter experience of the Kahrizak tragedy and similar cases will not be repeated. Ahmad Nejati Kargar, 22, slipped into a coma three days after his release due to kidney failure and died.

enduring america

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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