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 Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ezhei, Special representative of the Chief Justice in the Ministry of Intelligence

 Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ezhei
POSITION IN 1988: Special representative of the Chief Justice in the Ministry of Intelligence
CURRENT POSITION: First Deputy of the Judiciary
President of the Special Court for the Clergy in 1998
Spokesman for the judiciary
Judiciary’s representative in the Ministry of Intelligence until 1995
President of Branch 3 of the Revolutionary Court
Deputy Revolutionary Prosecutor in Tehran
Religious judge of the State Employees Tribunal
1. Mohseni Ezhei was a member of the top supervisory committee that under Intelligence Minister Rayshahri oversaw the progress of the implementation of Khomein’s fatwa at Evin Prison. It was this committee that set down the procedures for the massacre before the executions began.
2. Mohseni Ezhei was present in Tehran’s prisons throughout the period of the massacre and assisted the death committees as a religious judge and oversaw the executions.
1. As the religious judge of the State Employees Tribunal, Mohseni Ezhei has issued thousands of verdicts for the dismissal, arrest and execution of dissident employees of the government
2. As the special representative of the judiciary in the Intelligence Ministry, Mohseni Ezhei “facilitated” the unlawful acts of the Intelligence Ministry’s agents by giving them authorization for murder and harassment of the citizens. In that position, he issued thousands of arrest warrants and ordered the torture of detainees. He also issued death decrees for prisoners who were killed under torture.
3. Mohseni Ezhei has issued death decrees for the murder of several dissident intellectuals and writers. Newspapers in Iran revealed that Pirouz Davani, a writer, was abducted and killed by Intelligence Ministry agents on a secret decree issued by Mohseni.
Several former personnel of the Ministry of Intelligence are ready to give eyewitness testimony about Mohseni Ezhei’s crimes against humanity in any trial.