"One is absolutely sickened, not by the crimes that the wicked have committed, but by the punishments that the good have inflicted." -- Oscar Wilde

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Iran: Public hangings in Jahrom and Tabriz; teenager reportedly hanged in Kermanshah

Iran Human Rights, August 21: Two prisoners were hanged in two different Iranian cities today, reported the Iranian state media.

One prisoner identified as "Abdolhamid S." also known as "Mehdi" was hanged in public in the city of Jahrom (southern Iran) this morning. According to the Iranian state broadcasting the prisoner was 28 year old and convicted of kidnapping and murder 10 years ago.

Another prisoner who was not identified by name was hanged publicly in Tabriz (northeastern Iran) today. The prisoner was convicted of murdering a six year old girl.

According to the state run news agency Fars a prisoner whose name is not mentioned in the report is scheduled to be hanged publicly in the town of Hendijan (in southwest Iranian province of Khuzestan). The public execution will take place in the morning. The prisoner is convicted of trafficking 5 kilos and 50 grams of crack.

Source: Iran Human Rights, August 21, 2013

Iranian regime executes teenager in Kermanshah

NCRI - The Iranian regime's henchmen have hanged an 18-year old boy in the western city of Kermanshah on Tuesday for alleged crime committed when he was 12.

Arman Mohammadi, a resident of the city of Ravansar in western Iran was hanged in Dizel-abad prison in city of Kermanshah.

A relative of the prisoner has said that Arman had been arrested when he was only 12 and he had spent six years in prison before execution, Kurdpa.net reported.

Since Hassan Rouhani has become the Iranian regime's president over 100 prisoners have been executed in Iran including three prisoner in public in three locations of a city in the same day.

Source: NCRI, August 21, 2013