Monday, October 22, 2012

Iran: execution October 22nd 2012

In Zahedan, province Sistan-e-Baluchistan were Saturday 3 men hanged.
The men, Yahya Charizehi, Abdoljalil Kahrazehi, and Abdolbasset Rigi were convicted of bombings in Chabahar and Zahedan in 2010. killing 67 people.
Iranian judiciary says that the men were member of a terroristic group.

October 22 were in Evinprison Saeed Sedighi and nine other prisoners hanged.
According to IRIB Farshid Rostami, Farhad Mashhadi Abolghasem, Ali Darvishi, Abbas Abbasi Namaki, Saeed Sedighi, Hami Rabiei and Mohammad Ali Rabiei were members of a drugsgang in Tehran and convicted of possession of one ton of Shishe (synthetic heroin) in Tehran.
The other group Alireza Molaei, Eshagh (Isac) Lorgi, and Yousef Parmar was convicted of trafficking more than one ton of opium from one of the southern harbors to Tehran.
IHR condemns the execution and urges EU to cancel its scheduled visit to Iran on October 27 as a protest to these executions.

Incarcerated blogger Hossein Ronaghi Maleki wrote an open letter to Supreme Leader Khamenei asking him to respond to the blatant neglect of the thousands of earthquake stricken victims who continue to suffer without shelter under extreme harsh winter conditions.

Humanrightslawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was finally allowed to receive a visit from her family.
Despite the visit she continues her hungerstrike until authorities put an end to their pressure on her family members.

President Ahmadinejad was denied on October 21 to visit Evinprison.
He wanted to visit Ali Akbar Javanfekr who is serving a six-month term.
The Iranian judiciary rejected Ahmadinejad's request, saying the president should be facing "major issues" like the economic crisis instead of "visiting a prison."


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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