This session was dedicated to the hearing of Ahmad Ebrahimi, one of the plaintiffs in the case of Hamid Noury.
He said in the court: “At the end of July, we were forcibly transferred to the Jihad ward.” We protested. Faraj’s guard said, “You see badly.” I said, what is worse than this? In 1981, you executed 300 people every night. Faraj’s guard said that there were days ahead when 1981 is nothing in comparison with them.
In the corridor of death on August 9, 1988, Abbas Yeganeh said, “Guys, I went.” He was taken to be executed and also executed a group of guys in the same ward. In the corridor of death, Farshid said that the guys would execute everyone.
The trial of the henchman Hamid Noury continued after the lunch break, which is also dedicated to the continuation of the hearing of Ahmad Ebrahimi, one of the plaintiffs in the case. “Also, in 1981, there were mass executions,” he told an afternoon meeting.
My mother came for the last time in March 1982, which was a wordless meeting—she has severely beaten for protesting against the guards. After my release, my father quoted from my mother what these IRGC members would do to Ahmad, who is in prison? While they have beaten me as a mother? And she died at home the next day.
In March 1988, I was transferred to Gohardasht Prison. Upon arrival, Hamid Abbasi said, “If you support the Mojahedin, I will darken your day.”
One day, Lashkari and Naserian saw Adel Nouri and Hossein Sadegh Beigi in the prison’s sub-part. Naserian said, “Have you remained yet?” Then said “La ilaha illa Allah” and took them.
Outside was the tea place of the Revolutionary Guards. We could hear their voices. They would say that everyone must participate in the program(killing prisoners).