Reports indicate that the Iranian regime is abandoning the bodies of slain Iranian protesters near villages, and in rivers and dams in western and southwestern Iran.
The latest body to be found was that of 28 year old Pouya Ahmadzadeh, abandoned near a village in the western city of Sanandaj.
A source said that the body of the young man was bruised and that his font teeth were completely broken.
He was detained by security forces during nationwide protests in Iran and never returned home. After a frantic search for Pouya, his family were finally told that he was arrested by intelligence agents and that his family could see him when he was brought to court.
Pouya was never brought to court. Instead, his body was abandoned in Qar Village. Security institutions then denied that he was ever arrested.
Pictures and videos have also been published of bodies of slain Iranian protesters found in a river in Ahvaz, southwestern Iran and the Sanandaj Vahdat Dam.
According to the report, the five protesters found in Sanandaj Dam have been identified as Heiva Rahimi, Massoud Amini, Reza Sadeghi, Suran Mohammadi and Ali Javaheri. They were between 20 to 25 years of ages and disappeared on November 16 after nationwide protests started in Sanandaj.
Eyewitnesses said that weights had been tied to their legs before they were thrown into the dam. As usual, their families were not told of their whereabouts despite their desperate inquiries.
Hospitalized wounded protesters killed by security forces
There are also horrific reports that security forces shot and killed injured protesters in a hospital in Tehran’s Robat Karim city.
According to former political prisoner Shima Babaie, a slain protester who was in stable condition with a leg wound in Fatemeh Zahra Hospital was shot in the head by security forces. A family member told the activist that they heard shots being fired at the Robat Karim hospital after security forces entered the hospital. Doctors then told the protester’s mother that her son had a heart attack and had passed away. The mother later said that her son was shot in the head.
The Iranian regime brutally cracked down on nationwide protests that erupted on November 16 after the regime tripled the price of gasoline. At least 1,000 protesters were killed, around 4,000 were wounded and injured and 12,000 were detained. Many of the detainees are under torture and several have died in prison.