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20:00 - 2009-08-01

Trial Starts for Detainees with Leading Roles in Recent Unrests (2)

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Two of the former Iranian officials detained on charges of contributing a role in Iran's post-election unrests
Atrianfar, a former Iranian official, detained on charges of contributing a role in Iran's post-election unrests
Atrianfar, a former Iranian official, detained on charges of contributing a role in Iran's post-election unrests
Two of the former Iranian officials detained on charges of contributing a role in Iran's post-election unrests
First trial session of those charged with a leading role in Iran's post election unrests
First court session of post-election detainees
First court session for trying those with a main role in Iran's post-election unrests
Trial Starts for Detainees with Leading Role in Recent Unrests
During the session, Deputy Prosecutor-General of Tehran's public and revolutionary courts said some of the rioters arrested during Iran's post-election unrests confessed to their links with the anti-Iran terrorist group Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO), and said that they had received trainings in MKO's Camp Ashraf in Iraq
"According to the confessions made by those MKO members arrested in recent riots, these people had received trainings in Camp Ashraf to conduct sabotage and terror operations and organized activities (inside Iran)," Deputy Prosecutor-General of Tehran's public and revolutionary courts Abdulreza Mohebbati said
Mohebbati also charged foreign media with a major role in the post-election frenzy
Two of the former Iranian officials detained on charges of contributing a role in Iran's post-election unrests
Abtahi, a former Iranian official, detained on charges of contributing a role in Iran's post-election unrests
Abtahi
According to Tehran's deputy prosecutor-general, foreign media aimed to provoke people to hold illegal gatherings and riots in a bid to intensify unrests
Trial Starts for Detainees with Leading Role in Recent Unrests
Tens of detainees with a leading role in Iran's post-election unrests went on trial on Saturday
Mohsen Mirdamadi, a former senior MP, detained on charges of playing a role in post-election unrests
The Iranian authorities freed 140 of the post-election detainees during the last few days
A special committee of the parliament paid visits to several jails and detention centers in Tehran last Tuesday in a bid to study the latest conditions of those detained during the recent unrests, specially in the capital
Last Monday Spokesman of Iran's Judiciary Ali Reza Jamshidi said that Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Shahroudi had ordered judicial officials to determine status of those detained during post-election unrests in Iran
Trial of tens of detainees arrested in Iran's post-election unrests
According to Tehran's deputy prosecutor-general, detainees have had considerable cooperation and coordination with the foreign media
"It should be noted that foreign media, including BBC Persian, VOA, Al-Arabia, Radio Farda and Radio Zamaneh, have played a salient role in training (rioters) and provoking illegal gatherings and unrests," Tehran's deputy prosecutor-general said
The Iranian judiciary on Saturday started trial of tens of detainees with a leading role in the recent post-election unrests in Iran
First trial session of those charged with a leading role in Iran's post election unrests
Behzad Nabavi, a well-known reformist figure and a former official, detained on charges of playing a role in post-election unrests