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January 10-14 - 2008 Hanging

Iran Hangs 7 People, Media Report
Thursday, 10 January 2008
 

 

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TEHRAN, Iran Iran has hanged seven men convicted of murder and drug smuggling, local media reported on Thursday, bringing to 21 the number of people executed since the beginning of the year.

The state-owned Iran newspaper reported that two men identified only by their first names were hanged on the charge of murder Wednesday in the southern town of Jahorm.

Another local daily, Jomhuri Eslami reported three convicted of smuggling and two convicted of murder were hanged in the eastern city of Birjand and the northern town of Tonekabon respectively on Wednesday and Tuesday.

Calls to judiciary officials were not immediately returned on Thursday due to the weekend in Iran.

Last week, Iran reported the hanging of 12 men and one woman convicted of murder and drug smuggling, and on Sunday reported the hanging of a convicted murderer in the central city of Arak.

From July until the end of 2007, Iran executed more than 55 people on charges of murder, rape, robbery and kidnapping, which, along with drug trafficking, are all capital offenses in the Islamic Republic.


TEHRAN Iran regime hanged four men in public in different cities, state-run media reported Thursday. Two men, identified only by their first names as Mojtaba and Mohammad-Hossein, were hanged in public Wednesday in the southern city of Jahorm, Iran daily reported.

The daily Jomhouri Islami reported that two others hanged in the northern town of Abbasabad Tonekabon. The two were identified as Mohamadreza Sadeghi-nejad and Ali Kurd Rodgarmi.

In Tehran a man of 21 named Shayan has been condemned to death and the execution will be carried out very soon, Jomhouri Islami added.

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Four hanged publicly in Jahrom and Tonekabon

TEHRAN, Iran: Iran executed by hanging 12 men and one woman convicted of murder and drug smuggling, an official newspaper reported Thursday.

The report by the IRAN daily said the eight were hanged in the notorious Evin Prison in northern Tehran on Wednesday.

The eight, including a serial killer who was convicted of murdering three housewives, and the woman were identified by their first names only.

The woman, identified as Raheleh, was convicted of having killed her husband after she discovered he was unfaithful to her, the paper said.

The report also said five other people, all drug traffickers, were hanged Wednesday in two separate groups of three and two in the cities of Qom and Zahedan respectively.

Since July, IRI has hanged more than 55 other people on charges of murder, rape, robbery and kidnapping, which, along with drug trafficking, are all capital offenses in the Islamic Republic.

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Turkish citizen hanged to death on a stretcher
 

Hang carried with stretcher !!

Tehran, 14 Jan. (AKI) - A Turkish citizen has been hanged in Iran while still on the stretcher that was used to transport him from the prison hospital to his execution in the Khoi jail in western Iran.

Hassan Hekmat Demir, was believed to be a member of the Kurdish group, PJAK, the Iranian branch of the Kurdish militant group PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party).

A photo of his execution was published in the Kurdish magazine Asu.

Hekmat Demir, a Kurd with Turkish citizenship, was arrested two months ago, after he was found almost frozen to death by a platoon of Iran's Revolutionary Guards.

He was accused of terrorism and of being a member of an armed group. His trial proceeded in the absence of a lawyer and he was condemned to death by hanging.

The photo showed the blood stains on Hekmat Demir's shirt and is is believed that he was probably tortured before being executed.

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