Iranian regime’s judiciary official assassinated

NCRI – A local judiciary official in Iran’s southeastern Sistan and Baluchestan province was assassinated, state-run ISNA news agency reported on Wednesday.

The prosecutor of Zabol city in the province, Mousa Nouri, and his driver were killed on the way to the office on Wednesday morning, said the report.

The judiciary chief of Sistan and Baluchestan said the incident is under investigation without providing further details. On October 26, the Iranian regime’s judiciary had hanged a group 16 political prisoners in the city of Zahedan in the province.

As admitted by Mohammad Marzieh, the prosecutor general of Zahedan, hanging of these prisoners who have been in prison for a long time, had been carried out in revenge for a number of revolutionary guards killed in Saravan.

He said, “These people were executed in response to martyrdom of border-soldiers in Saravan. They were affiliated with Jaish al-Adl grouplet, the Ansar and other wicked groups and this was just one retort to that night’s incident”. (Tasnim news agency, affiliated with Qods Force, October 26)

According to the state media, on October 25, in the attack on a center of Iranian regime’s forces in Saravan, 17 border guards were killed.

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