Separated members of so-called Mojahedin-e Khalq organization, under the leadership of Masoud Rajavi, are being tried in ceremonial courts
Separated members of so-called Mojahedin-e Khalq organization, under the leadership of Masoud Rajavi, are being tried in ceremonial courts. These courts are commissions of National Council of Resistance known as “Judicial Commission”. In each prison of Camp Ashraf, there’s a court of this kind and is comprised of the following persons:
Court Chief (woman)
First Assistant (woman)
Second Assistant (man)
Third Assistant (man)
Secretary of the Court (man)
In of these so-called courts in 1999, headed by Marzieh Babakhani and assisted by Shahin, Mahmood Ghaemshar and Kak Saleh, I was sentenced to 1 year in jail. This trial was held in two successive sessions and it was located in Camp Ashraf. Before the court session, I was investigated and tortured by Nader Rafiyee for 15 days. Meanwhile, Rajavi denies prison and torture and claims that he is a defender of freedom and human rights. I was hanged on the wall of the cell from morning to lunch and they forced me to admit that I had sexual affairs with the women in the organization.
After issuing the verdict, they took the prisoner to the solitary cell and treated him like an animal and even they threatened him that he will be killed if he cooperates with Islamic republic.
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