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Recently, and following the revelations by defectors, MKO's Gestapo has been trying to mask its face, introduce meetings for suppressing dissidents (in which, death sentence was issued by Rajavi for dissidents) as self-criticism meetings and give it a pretty appearance; even if it was so, it would be still inhumane.
Recently, and following the revelations by defectors, MKO's Gestapo has been trying to mask its face, introduce meetings for suppressing dissidents (in which, death sentence was issued by Rajavi for dissidents) as self-criticism meetings and give it a pretty appearance; even if it was so, it would be still inhumane. Anyway, in a series of gaffes, MKO's Gestapo revealed the content of some of these so-called self-criticizing meetings; although the group tries to hide the crimes it has committed, careful reading would disclose the realities. Camp Ashraf's Gestapo has quoted a man called "Rahman Haidari", about the trial of Javad Firoozmand in MKO: "This agent of Mullah's intelligence ministry was arrested by government forces when he was fleeing towards Iranian embassy in Baghdad with a car, weapons and money. Normally, he should have been tried as a spy since he had been arrested for a security case; but he was returned to Camp Ashraf due to his own request and mediation of MKO. "Would you open fire on MKO members if they stopped you?" Mojahedin asked him. Firoozmand shamelessly replied: "Yes, I would. This is treachery, that's not ignorable and I should be executed." Despite his treacherous acts, he asked the MKO members and the leader to give him another chance; following his own requests and regarding the leader's speeches, Mojahedin allowed him to return to the members." There's no doubt that Firoozmand has been under heavy pressure to admit what he had not planned, so that there would be an excuse for the MKO to justify the death sentence issued for him by Rajavi. Giving another chance to stay in the MKO perforce (after getting death sentence) also had no meanings except that there was only one way to escape execution.

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