I think it is likely that you are now informed by secondary personnel, such as the head of the 15th Division of the Revolutionary Court, or from the newspapers, that I, the undersigned, on Sunday, July 18, 2010, during my sentencing at the aforementioned branch, filed a written complaint against the leaders and agents who beat, wounded, and tortured me, leaving broken bones in my chest, a torn tendril on my left shoulder, inflammations and injuries on other parts of my body. These people are Mr. Mohseni Ajhehi (Minister of Intelligence), Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (the President at the time), and the Supreme Leader. The individuals acting as leaders and agents, those who for all last year were willingly silent in face of the blatant violations and injustice done against me and my family.
It is necessary for you to know that Hojjatoleslam Ajhehi, currently the country’s top prosecutor, played a special role. He is an individual who in different terms and positions personally participated in the beating and abusing of people under arrest. He is the one who, as head of the Special Clerics Court, was permitted at the orders of the Supreme Leader to commit serious brutalities against the late Grand Ayatollah Montazeri, his House, and his students. Mr. Mohseni Ajhehi is that very person who, as undersecretary of the Judiciary, threw sugar bowls at the representatives of the editor-in-chief of national newspapers during a formal supervisory press board meeting—resulting in severe inflammation on my hip. He then injured me by biting my shoulder. Considering the contents of medical reports, because he is guilty in a number of cases, [Mohseni Ajhehi] must be legally penalized and be whipped 74 times.
Mr. Mohseni Ajhehi is the main person (of the three) against whom I have filed my complaint because, at his orders, his agents tied my hands, then punched, kicked, and tortured me in such a way that Article 38 of the Constitution, Article 578 of the Islamic Punishment Law, and the Article 5 of the Human Rights Declaration have been breached during this violent encounter (described in pages 2 and 3 of my defense).
Among all this, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who was directly responsible for Mr. Mohseni Ajhehi at the time of the crime, July 3, 2010, must answer for these criminal actions as explicitly stated in the Constitution, Articles 133, 134, 136, and 137, as subject to his position [as President].
And finally [I have filed my complaint against] the highest leader of the Islamic Republic who gave and gives himself the right to interfere in the country’s legislative, executive, and judicial branches, and considers leaders of power against the spirit and content of the Constitution as well as his orders as “fasl al-khatab al amor.” Therefore, his role in this case is undeniable and influential, and in his position he is accountable and must answer for the actions of people following [his] orders and committing crimes.
The question is why he directly intervenes vis-à-vis the crimes committed at Kahrizak—