The greatest crime of the Iranian regime within the last four decades was the massacre of summer of 1988. The regime’s then Supreme Leader, Ruhollah Khomeini, in a fatwa ordered the massacre of political prisoners. Based on this fatwa, over 30,000 political prisoners, who were mostly members and supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), were massacred. The perpetrators and decision-makers of this massacre have currently occupied the highest posts in the mullahs’ regime, and the international community has never investigated this crime.Key among them is Ebrahim Raisi, the regime’s current judiciary chief. In 1988, he was Tehran’s Deputy Prosecutor and a key member of Tehran’s “Death Commission,” a trio of regime officials who carried out minutes-long trials for the prisoners being sent to the gallows. Alireza Avaie, a member of the Death Committee in Khuzestan, is Justice Minister under current regime President Hassan Rouhani. His two predecessors, who he previous eight years.