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NCRI - The agents of the Iraqi Prime Ministry committee tasked with the suppression of Iranian opposition members in Iraq and Nouri al-Maliki's national security apparatus, as well as elements of Badr Organization headed by Iraqi Minister of Transportation Hadi al-Ameri, continue to plunder properties in Camp Ashraf belonging to the residents who are now residing in Camp Liberty.

In addition to automobiles, they have now been ordered to proceed with stealing larger vehicles, including IFA trucks from Camp Ashraf.

Hadi Ameri has ordered his agents to break the locks on warehouses. The warehouses were protected by three locks when members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization (PMOI/MEK) departed from Camp Asharf. UNAMI holds a set of key to one series of locks, while Iraqi police and the residents each hold the keys to the rest.

Hadi al-Ameri is leading the plundering of the residents’ belongings in coordiantion with Major General Jamil, the Commander of the Diyala provincial police.

Major General Jamil headed the September 1, 2013 crime against humanity of in Camp Ashraf.

The forces of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq have also stolen a number of pickup trucks as well as a water tanker.

Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq has allocated several vehicles for moving bombs and explosives that would be used for planting roadside bombs.

The theft of the residents’ property is coordinated by a group in the Iraqi Prime Ministry, General Jamil, Hadi Ameri and Commander of Tigris Operation Abdulamir Zaydi.

In order to relieve the Government of Nouri al-Maliki from any responsibility, they plan to blame the extensive theft at Camp Ashraf on ISIS.

On June 25, Hadi Ameri, ordered that some 400 Toyota Land Cruisers belonging to the residents to be stolen. The vehicles are to be used by the Bad Organization's new divisions.

Hadi Ameri, as the Military Commander of Diyala province, is leading the militias suppressing the people and tribes in that province. The new divisions will be formed by agents on the Iranian regime's Quds Force payroll. The Iranian Resistance has revealed the details of 32,000 such elements in Iraq.

On a daily basis, since Saturday, a number of vehicles were taken out of Camp Ashraf and transferred to Badr Organization centers.

According to eyewitness reports, in order to attract less attention, some of the convoys of these vehicles were moved out of its eastern gate while other convoys left from the western gate.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
July 1, 2014


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