Iran announces verdicts on five protestors accused of killing Basij member to death
(MENAFN) Iran’s Judiciary declared on Tuesday that it has condemned five officials reported of killing Basij member Rohullah Ajamiyan in Karaj to the death sentence while 11 others were convicted to long prison terms.
The verdicts were declared by the Judiciary’s Media Center, as said by IRNA.
Ajamiyan lost his life on October 3 throughout the Arbaeen ceremony of Hadis Najafi, who herself had been murdered forty days before throughout the unrest.
As said by IRNA, 16 persons have been put to trial in association with the Ajamiyan judiciary of which three were under the age of 18.
The five criminals were blamed of corruption on earth and established death sentences whereas the remaining 11, such as those under the age of 18, were penalized to long prison terms of equal to 25 years, as reported by IRNA.
IRNA stated that the verdicts are not final and can be pleased at the Supreme Court.
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