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18:18 - 2009-08-25

Fourth Court Hearing of Post-Election Detainees (2)

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Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
Former Interior Ministry official Mostafa Tajzadeh
Judge Salavati presiding the session
Key reformist figure and former official Behzad Nabavi and Arab-Sorkhi are among the suspects who went on trial today
Saeed Shari'ati at the fourth hearing of those detained during Iran's post-election unrests
Saeed Hajjarian and Saeed Shari'ati at the fourth hearing of those detained during Iran's post-election unrests
Kian Tajbakhsh and Saeed Hajjarian
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
Saeed Shari'ati conversing with Saeed Hajjarian during the court hearing
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
Saeed Hajjarian and Saeed Shari'ati at the fourth hearing of those detained during Iran's post-election unrests
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
Kian Tajbakhsh and Saeed Hajjarian
Saeed Hajjarian and Saeed Shari'ati at the fourth hearing of those detained during Iran's post-election unrests
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
The fourth group of the detainees accused of acting against the country's national security through a velvet coup
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
Key reformist figure and former official Behzad Nabavi and Arab-Sorkhi are among the suspects who went on trial today
Saeed Shari'ati conversing with Saeed Hajjarian during the court hearing
Saeed Shari'ati conversing with Saeed Hajjarian during the court hearing
Saeed Shari'ati is among the detainees charged with acting against national security through efforts to stage a velvet revolution
Several of those who stood on trial today are among well-known reformist politicians of the Islamic Republic, some of whom have even had key posts under former President Seyed Mohammad Khatami
Tajzadeh, a former interior ministry official, stood on trial today on charges of action against national security
Well-known reformist figure Saeed Hajjarian is one of the detainees who stood on trial today
The fourth group of the detainees accused of acting against the country's national security through a velvet coup
Former Government Spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh along with Kian Tajbakhsh and Saeed Hajjarian
The 100 culprits put to trail in a series of hearing sessions are categorized in three groups, namely the "plotters, intriguers, and planners of the riots", "the antagonists and those affiliated to foreign services", and "the opportunists, hooligans, and hoodlums who set ablaze, or destroyed private and public properties, and those that have had a hand in disturbing public security"
The fourth court hearing session of those detained during Iran's post-election unrests
Ahmad Zeyd-Abadi, one of the suspects who went on trial today
Tajzadeh, a former interior ministry official, stood on trial today on charges of action against national security