The death sentence of a Baloch prisoner who did not have a birth certificate was executed in Birjand prison
The death sentence of a Baloch prisoner who did not have a birth certificate was executed in Birjand prison.
The Iranian Human Rights Society quoted Haalvash; At dawn on Wednesday, November 16, a Baloch prisoner named Nasser Dehmardeh was executed in Birjand prison on drug charges.
Nasser Dehmardeh was a resident of Zabul.
An informed source about the execution of this prisoner said. “In 2020, Nasser was going to Mashhad to do some work, and he was arrested at the Sahlabad checkpoint in Nahbandan because he did not have identity documents.”. On the same day, at another point, approximately 20 kilometers from the checkpoint, narcotics were discovered without the owner.And a case was filed against Nasser.
After two years and several months of indecision, Nasser was sentenced to death by the Birjand Revolutionary Court .And was executed on Wednesday, November 16, without informing the family.
This source said: “Because of family’s financial poverty, Nasser worked hard in prison. And despite stuttering, he had memorized about one part of the Qur’an.”
It is worth mentioning that on November 16, another Baloch prisoner was also executed in Mashhad prison. The report of which was published earlier.
Including execution of these three Baloch prisoners. Number of executions since the beginning of this Iranian year reached at least 420 people.
This is while the actual number of executions is much higher than this number. And many death sentences are carried out in secret, and no one is informed about it.
With the efficiency of Gholam Hossein Mohseni Eje’i and Ebrahim Raisi, the speed of executions has increased shockingly. Earlier in a circular, the judiciary demanded to speed up the execution of sentences.
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