Sunday, February 19, 2012

Iran: hidden agenda

Iranian political prisoner Mehdi Khazali has suffered a heartattack and had been transferred from Evin prison to Taleghani hospital on the 42nd day of his hungerstrike.
Website Kaleme reports that after a few hours Khazali was removed by securityagents and transferred to an unknown location. This was done without any coordination with the medical staff.
Khazali was arrested on January 9, during which his arm was broken. Prisonauthorities refused him medical treatment. To protest his arrest Kharzali started a hungerstrike.
On the 33th day of his hungerstrike his son told International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that his father was brought from Evin Prison’s Ward 209 to the general Ward (350).

January 17 the Supreme Court confirmed the deathsentence of Canadian-Iranian webdesigner Saeed Malekpour .
A court official suggested to the lawyers that the file had been sent to the Office for the Implementation of Sentences. This could be an indicator that an executioner could carry out the sentence soon.

Saturday started in Tehran the trial against 32 defendants in a $2.6 billion bank fraud.
The documents are more then 12000 pages. One of the charges is the use of forged documents to get credit at one of Iran’s top financial institutions to purchase assets including major state-owned companies.The defendants were dressed in prisonclothes.

Two Iranian warvessels entered the Mediterranian through the Suez Canal and docked in the Syrian port city of Tartous.


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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