NCRI -The anti-human mullahs’ regime hanged three prisoners in the central prison of Bandar Abbas (southern Iran) on Sunday morning, June 8.

The day prior to that, the henchmen had transferred these three prisoners to the solitary confinement of quarantine ward and had enchained their hands and legs to the cell wall.

On Saturday, June 7, four prisoners were collectively hanged in the Shahr-e-Kord Prison. At dawn on Sunday, June 1, simultaneously with the execution of PMOI member Gholamreza Khosravi, the anti-human clerical regime secretly hanged eight other prisoners in the Karaj Gohardasht Prison.

On the same day, another prisoner was executed in the prison of Semnan (central Iran).

Mullahs’ regime resort to brutal death penalty, particularly the execution of political prisoners, demonstrates the clerical regime’s fear from spread of the popular protests and is aimed at creating fear and intimidation among the people.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran
June 9, 2014

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