Torturer of Iranian citizens should be expelled from Germany

Jun 09, 2018
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By Iran Probe Staff

Saturday, 09 June 2018

Gholam Reza Mansoori, an official in the Iranian regime, responsible for torture and imprisonment of many Iranian citizens, should be expelled from Germany.

Eight months after the start of mass uprising in Iran, where exasperated people, in many cities, set up daily anti-government demonstrations, again a top Iranian mullah is in Germany for medical treatment.

Gholamreza Mansoori, an important official in the Iranian regime, is the court judge of Tehran’s 3rd division. Like other judges in the Iranian regime, Mansoori‘s duties are suppression, murder and torture of the government’ opponents. For the past five years he, at the same position, has sent many innocent Iranians to prison and torture chambers. Before that he was a judge in a special court to arrest and suppress government employees. He also has been a judge in “Ershad”, which is a state force to suppress youth and women.

Mansoori has many violations of human rights in his record including suppression of freedom of speech. About 16 Iranian reporters, who were detained by the security forces for criticizing the government, had Mansoori’s signature on their warrants. Six years ago Mansoori ordered to close down the newspaper, Shargh, and the arrest of its chief editor for publishing an anti-government caricature.

This criminal is now freely visiting Germany and receiving medical attention in Dr, Samii Hospital in Hanover. Due to theft and plundering policies of Iranian regime millions of Iranians inside the country cannot afford simplest medical treatments. Last year when Mullah Shahroodi, chief of Iran’s “ Expediency Discernment Council” was at the same hospital, he had to flee Germany before he could be arrested for blatant violations of human rights.

Iranians and European human rights activists are gathering in front this hospital in Hanover on Sunday June 10th to demand the German government the arrest and expel this Iranian regime’s suppressive agent from Germany.

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