Iran Regime Mp Admits That Prisoners Are Poisoned by Giving Them Pills
NCRI - A member of Iranian regime’s parliament admitted on January 16 that recently one of the protesters before dying in prison, told his family that the prisoners are given pills that make their health condition worse.
The MP, Mahmoud Sadeghi, wrote in his twitter account: “According to the family of a prisoner who died in prison, during several contacts with his family, he told them that the prison officials forced him and other detainees to take pills that deteriorated their health condition...”
While reports indicate that more than 5 people who were arrested following the recent uprising and anti-government protests in Iran have died in detention, Iranian regime officials acknowledged that only two detainees died and that they committed suicide. The regime officials also claim that their arrest was not related to the recent protests in Iran.
According to another report, another detainee, Seyd Shahab Abtahi, who was arrested 13 days ago in the city of Arak, was killed in a detention centre in this city. The body of this 20-year-old youth was abandoned 10 days after his arrest in front of his father's house. On his body, the effect of Baton's blows and beating has been evident.
Regarding the number of those who according to regime officials committed suicide in detention, Mahmoud Sadeghi, the Iranian regime’s MP, said: “Two of them is certain: Mr. Sina Ghanbari in Tehran and Mr. Vahid Heydari in Arak. There are also reports that recently two or three people have died in detention in Kurdistan’s city of Sanandaj but this report is not yet confirmed.”
According to reports, Mohsen Adeli, Vahid Heydari, Saro Ghahramani, Sina Ghanbari, Kiyanoush Zandi, Ali Pouladi, Aria Rouzbehi, and Mohammad Nasiri are among the prisoners who were arrested and killed in Iranian regime’s detention following the recent anti-government protests and uprising in Iran.