Source: Radio Zamaneh
A report prepared by the Special
Parliamentary Probe Committee investigating the post-election treatment of
protesters and detainees was read today in Iran's parliament.
In the report, Saeed Mortazavi, Tehran's former Prosecutor General is found
responsible for the events at the notorious detention centre Kahrizak and in
conclusion, disputing candidates of the presidential election, Mir Hossein
Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi are accused of "provoking people's sentiments" and
causing the "unpleasant events."
The report maintains that Saeed Mortazavi ordered
the transfer of detainees to Kahrizak. He told the committee that he ordered the
transfer because Evin prison was "over-capacitated" but Evin Prison officials
have denied this.
Mortazavi has also falsely told the Special Committee that the conditions at
Kahrizak were "standard and appropriate."
Amir Javadifar died in Kahrizak prison (undated photo)
The report adds that despite claims of the
judiciary officials, Kahrizak was an official detention centre and all judiciary
officials were aware of its existence and accountable for the events that took
The report confirms Mohsen Ruholamini, Mohammad Kamrani and Amir Javadifar died
at Kahrizak due to beatings they suffered by the hands of their jailers.
University student Mohsen Ruholamini died in Kahrizak prison
It adds that Saeed Mortazavi falsely claimed that
these individuals died from "meningitis."
The Special committee writes that some of the detainees reported mistreatments
such as "147 people being incarcerated in a very small area, lack of
air-conditioning, verbal abuse, beatings, and being put together with ruffians."
The report maintains that the detainees were clearly subjected to "cruelty" and
the events at Kahrizak have "compromised the reputation of the regime."
Mohammed Kamrani died in Kahrizak prison
The Committee recommends that all judicial,
official and security authorities involved in these events should be identified
In other sections, the report maintains that they have interviewed 60
post-election detainees in Evin prison who were all satisfied with their
condition at the prison.
The Committee also writes that after complete investigations they have concluded
that none of the detainees were ever subjected to any sexual abuse.
In conclusion the report maintains: "If the two presidential candidates had not
provoked people's sentiments and incited them into breaking the law, we would
not have been witnesses to such bitter events."
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