Friday, September 28, 2012

Iran: more September 28, 2012

Human Rights Watch says that Iranian judiciary should move forward to prosecute former Tehran prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi, for the death of protestors after the elections of 2009.
Mortazavi, now head of Social Security Organization in Iran is accused of involvement in the deaths, torture, and arbitrary detention of dozens of protesters and other rights abuses perpetrated over more than 12 years.

The wife of civil activist and journalist Saeed Matinpour from province Azerbaijan, said in an interview with International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that she had submitted her husband’s latest request for conditional release and furlough to the Tehran Prosecutor’s Office.
Matinpour was sentenced to 8 years in prison, and has served four years, therefore he can qualify for conditional release.

Imprisoned humanrightsactivist and lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh,is nominated this week for the European Union Sakharov Human Rights Prize.This news came just as she has been deprived of in-person visitation because she wrote her defense bill on a tissue paper.
She has been deprived of visiting with her two young children in person for three months now and has not been allowed to visit with her mother and brother for the past year.

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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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