NCRI - The Iranian regime's Cyber Police (FATA) said on Monday that had arrested a "14 year old blogger in city of Karaj" "following a surveillance activity" in order to “increase security in the cyberspace."

The commander of mullahs' Cyber Police whose remark were published in the force's website claimed that the blogger published "obscene" stories.

The Iranian regime's Cyber Police is widely infamous particularly because of its role in killing of anti-regime blogger Satar Beheshti in custody.

Beheshti was detained on October 30 for alleged "cybercrimes" and was taken to Evin prison in northern Tehran. Beheshti, 35, was handed over to police in the cybercrimes unit for interrogation and died on November  3.

Iranian regime's Cyber Police established in early 2011 is one of many organs in the mullahs vast apparatus for suppressing online activists and internet users.

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