Mullah’s RegimeFirst death sentence in Iran for participation in protests
The first person has been sentenced to death in Iran for taking part in protests against the mullahs’ regime. Justice announced it.
It’s about it
The Iranian regime has imposed the death penalty on an arrested protester for the first time.
In total, more than 15,000 people have reportedly been arrested during the weeks-long protests.
The trigger was the death in police custody of 21-year-old Mahsa Amini after she was arrested for allegedly wearing the veil improperly.
He was in Iran for the first time in connection with od weeks of protests imposed on the leadership of the country. A court in the capital Tehran announced the death penalty, the judicial body said on its Misan Online website on Sunday. The convict was found guilty of, among other things, setting fire to a government building, “disturbing public order” and “National security” threatened have.
“Corruption on Earth”
So will he accused of “corruption on earth”. and being an “enemy of God” – one of the most serious crimes under Iranian law.
According to Misan Online, another Tehran court also sentenced five defendants to prison terms ranging from five to 10 years for “conspiracy to commit crimes against national security and disrupting public order.” Convictions can still be appealed.
Wave of protests after Amini’s death
Iran has been rocked by an unrelenting wave of protests since September 16, when the young Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini died. Amini was arrested by the vice-commando because she was The scarf is not correct should have worn She died shortly afterwards in hospital.
Dozens of people were killed during the protests – mostly protesters, but also security forces. Iranian authorities condemned the protests as “riots”.
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