On Friday, December 10, the fourth hearing of the Court of Appeals on the bombing case was held at the Iranian Resistance Grand Gathering in 2018, in Antwerp, Belgium.
At this hearing, more dimensions of the destructive and deadly effects of the bomb were revealed by an explosives expert who had appeared in court to testify. He studied the explosion of a bomb in different situations and explained the deadly consequences in each case.
In the third session, held on Thursday, December 9, 2021, the court heard the explanations of two explosives experts from Germany and Belgium about the destructive effects of the bomb that was transported from Iran to Europe by the mullahs’ regime diplomat-terrorist Assadollah Assadi. Assadi wanted to blow up the Grand Gathering of the Iranian Resistance.
The German expert said that the bomb parts act like bullets in explosions, confirming that they made the bomb professionally. The bomb struck shortly afternoon in front of a police station. Another expert from Belgium stated that it was a professional bomb and that if it exploded, it would create a fireball that would burn everything around it.
The Belgian expert said that calculated the lethal force of the bomb in a radius of 53 meters in an area of nearly 9,000 square meters, but the scope and effects of the destruction were much more expansive. The bomb was made in Tehran to pass through the detector without any obstacles.
He also said that the policeman, who was 72 meters away, was injured in the eye. This is while the complete explosion did not take place.
The lawyer for the National Council of Resistance of Iran(NCRI) and the plaintiffs, during a hearing, showed photos of the crowd in the Villepinte hall, which included young children, emphasizing that the damage caused by the explosion was enormous.
Assadollah Asadi, a terrorist diplomat responsible for the bombing, was sentenced to 20 years in prison in the first instance but did not appeal and refused to do so, which would not lead to further scandal for the regime during the appeal.
Nasimeh Naami, a female MOIS agent, was sentenced to 18 years in prison in the first court and revoked her citizenship, Mehrdad Arefani to 17 years in jail and revoked her citizenship, and Amir Saadouni to 15 years in jail and revoked his citizenship.
Coinciding with the fourth session of the Court of Appeals, freedom-loving Iranians, MEK supporters, rallied in front of the Antwerp Courthouse.
They demanded the condemnation of the Mullahs’ terrorist mercenaries and the closure of the regime’s embassies as nests of espionage and terrorism against Iranian refugees in European countries.