Monday, February 23, 2009

The Islamic republic's regime transfers 16 prisoners to notorious Evin prison to carry out cruel sentence of mass hanging!

On Saturday, February 21, 2009, the Islamic republic regime’s henchmen transferred 16 prisoners from Karaj’s Gohardasht prison to the notorious Evin prison in Tehran in order to carry out a cruel sentence of mass hanging. Messrs Hani Khandar, Hamid Mohammadi, and Aziz Mohseni are among the victims.

Mr. Hani Khandar was arrested in the summer of 2007 after widespread popular protests against gasoline price hikes, and thereafter imprisoned. He was subjected to torture for a long time in the gruesome ward 209 of Evin, and later transferred to the Kahrizak prison. Regime henchmen tried to break down this political prisoner by pulling his nails and conducting mock hangings, among other torture methods.

Messrs Hamid Mohammadi and Aziz Mohseni were arrested in the course of the implementation of suppressive plans referred to by the regime as “Improving Social Safety,” and later subjected to interrogation and torture.

It is worth mentioning that during the first few days of every month in the Persian calendar, the Islamic republic’ regime conducts shocking mass hangings in order to heighten the atmosphere of terror and fear in its prisons and medieval torture chambers.

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