May 31, 2011
Jaffari Dolatabadi, Tehran’s criminal prosecutor of the clerical regime, announced yesterday that 300 prisoners have been condemned to death and the dossier of 250 prisoners condemned to death or life imprisonment have been sent to the judicial system. Thus, the clerical regime that has already admitted almost 200 executions been carried out since the beginning of this year is promising further executions and repression.
The state news agency IRNA wrote, “Tehran’s revolution and general prosecutor stated that: We have 300 smugglers of narcotics that are condemned to death… and we, in Tehran’s Public Prosecutor’s Office have prepared 250 dossiers of those mostly condemned to death or life sentences which have been sent to the judicial system to carry out their sentences.” This criminal promised further executions saying, “We have not given grave writs on narcotics. In the last two months, we have had dossiers with heavy sentenced in this regard.”
In a fresh criminal act, Dolatabadi announced building of new camps for the addicts saying, “The transfer of addicts to these locations will rid the cities of their presence and it is our hope that the building of these camps and contributions from people would gather speed.” He also paved the way for plundering people’s properties under the pretext of “undertakings in regard of smugglers’ properties” saying: “More serious measures should be adopted regarding the property of smugglers.”
Statements by Tehran’s atrocious prosecutor, is a reflection of a trembling clerical regime as it faces its downfall and demise encountering deadlier crises with each passing day. In fear of the increasing wrath and loathe of Iran’s populace, and incapable of controlling the unbridled power struggle among its internal gangs that promise the demise of Velayat-e faqih regime, mullahs have found no other avenue but to increase the executions and to intensify an open suppression to create fear and terror in the society.