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The Trial of the Executioner Hamid Noury, the Testimony of Mr. Zolfaghari, a Plaintiff in the Case and Witness to the 1988 Massacre and MEK Supporters Rally in Stockholm — Wednesday, October 20, 2021

 For more than two months, the tireless presence of freedom-loving Iranians, supporters of the Iranian resistance in cold and rainy weather, in front of the court, shows the determination of the Iranian people to seeking justice for martyrs of the 1988 massacre.
For more than two months, the tireless presence of freedom-loving Iranians, supporters of the Iranian resistance in cold and rainy weather, in front of the court, shows the determination of the Iranian people to seeking justice for martyrs of the 1988 massacre.

On Wednesday, October 20, the Stockholm court was dedicated to the testimony of Ali Zolfaghari(Bijan), a former political prisoner and one of the plaintiffs in the case and a witness to the 1988 massacre.

At the 32nd trial of Hamid Noury, a 1988 executioner in a Swedish court, before Ali Zolfaghari (Bijan) testimony, his lawyer gave a brief description of his arrest and his years in prison.

In his remarks, Mr. Zolfaghari recounted parts of the crimes of the regime’s executioners, including Hamid Noury.
He said: I witnessed the transfer of some well-known Mojahedin prisoners to Mashhadi prisoners for execution.
In another part of his testimony, Mr. Zolfaghari said: All the Revolutionary Guards(IRGC) participated in executing Mojahedin prisoners. Khomeini had ordered all Revolutionary Guards to be complicit in the crime.

Simultaneously with the trial, freedom-loving Iranians and the relatives of the 1988 massacred martyrs demonstrated in front of the courthouse.

MEK supporters chanted slogans against the mullahs’ regime and delivered speeches. They called for the prosecution of the regime’s leaders, especially Ali Khamenei, mass murderer Ebrahim Raisi, and Judiciary Chief Gholam-Hossein Ejei for genocide and crimes against humanity.

Also, in front of the court of the executioner Hamid Noury, the opening reading of the rally was read by Ms. Sima Mirzaei from the family of the 1988 massacre victims. Fourteen members of Ms. Mirzaei family were executed by the mullahs’ regime.

For more than two months, the tireless presence of freedom-loving Iranians, supporters of the Iranian resistance in cold and rainy weather, in front of the court, shows the determination of the Iranian people to seeking justice for martyrs of the 1988 massacre.