Sunday, November 11, 2012

Iran: investigation November 11th 2012

The hungerstrike of the female prisoners in Evinprison led to the transfer to Gharchak prison in Varamin of the head of Evin prison’s female ward and all prison officials and prison guards.
source: banouyesab

41 political prisoners wrote a testimony that blogger Sattar Behesht has been tortured to death in Evinprison.
Beheshti was arrested on October 30  by Cyberpolice. His family was threathened not to speak to anyone regarding this matter.
He was charged as a result of his criticism of the authorities in his personal blog.
From October 31 he was in ward 350 of Evinprison and witnesses saw that his body showed evidence of torture. He was beaten so hard on his hands, he could barely move them.
He wrote a short complaint to the authorities of Evin’s ward.
The signatories are:
Mohammad Ebrahimi, Hossein Asadi Zeidabadi, Amir Eslami, Reza Ansari Rad, Ibrahim (Nader) Babai, Zeydi, Emaad Bahavar, Seyed Ali Reza Beheshti Shirazi, Amid Behroozi, Amin Chalaki, Siyavash Hatem,
Omid Kharazmiyan, Mehdi Khodaii, Mohammad Davari, Amir Khosro Dalirsani, Seyed Mohammad Ali Dadkhah,
Ali Reza Rajaii, Mohammad Rezaii, Farzad Rouhi, Hossein Zarini, Abdolfatah Soltani, Adris Seyedin,
Pouriya Shahpari, Mohsen (Bahman) Sadeghi Nour, Mohammad Farid Taheri Ghazvini, Bahador Alizadeh,
Afshin Karampour, Hamid Reza Karvasi, Amir Garshasbi, Jafar Ganji, Siyamak Ghaderi, Abolfazl Ghadyani,
Ali Akbar Ghoti, Farshi Lahouti, Abdollah Momeni, Mohsen Mirdamadi, Mostafa Nili, Mohammad Ali Velayati, Farshid Yadollahi, Mohammad Hassan Youssef Pourseyfi Mohammad Amin Hadavi, Seyed Ahmad Hashemi.

The Committee to Protect Journalists demanded that Iranian authorities investigate the sudden death of blogger Sattar Beheshti.
The deputy parliamentary speaker said Sunday to Mehrnews agency that a special committee would investigate Beheshti's death. Conservative lawmaker Ahmad Tavakoli, who represents Tehran, criticized Iran's judiciary for being silent on Beheshti's death.
source: freedomessenger, reuters,


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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