Iran: Maryam Rajavi Welcomes the Blacklisting of the Chief of Evin Prison

blacklisting of the chief of Evin Prison.
The Iranian regime is quite aware of the potential for the Iranian resistance to awaken the Iranian population and organize its removal. That’s why it does its utmost to attack The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) and NCRI both physically and with propaganda.

blacklisting of the chief of Evin Prison.

Ms. Maryam Rajavi, president-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, welcomed the blacklisting of the chief of Evin Prison and the refusal of visas to the 13 murderers of Dr. Kazem Rajavi by the Secretary of the US State Department. She considered it a further indispensable step towards the fight against terrorism and also in favor of the security of European countries and stated that it must be completed with the warrant for the arrest, trial, and conviction of the leaders of the Iranian regime and the perpetrators of the crime.

Maryam Rajavi said that Iranian regime leaders, especially regime leader Ali Khamenei, former Intelligence Minister Ali Fallahian, Former Foreign Minister and current adviser to Khamenei Ali Akbar Velayati, Security Council Secretary that was the instigator of that April 1990 crime on the outskirts of Geneva, must be brought to justice.

The blacklisting, trial, and conviction of the killers of Dr. Kazem Rajavi, the great martyr of Human Rights, and his principals, as well as many other terrorist crimes committed by the Iranian regime in various European countries, is seriously overdue. This unjustifiable delay has incited the Iranian regime to compete for other bloody and terrorist acts in Europe and elsewhere in the world.

The Swiss investigating judge, on March 20, 2006, issued an arrest warrant against the then Minister of Intelligence Ali Fallahian with the assurance that he had participated in the killing of Kazem Rajavi. In that warrant it was written: “The killing of Kazem Rajavi was planned with care.

The terrorist squads had come to Geneva once in October 1980, subsequently at the end of January and the beginning of February 1990 and at the end from 10 to 24 April 1990 … Investigations found that 13 people were involved in the crime. These 13 people all had Iranian diplomatic passports bearing the “on mission” stamp. Some of the documents had been released on the same day in Tehran.

The Iranian diplomatic passports had been issued on the orders of the ministry of the then Intelligence Minister Ali Fallahian, who had already been withdrawn at the airports when the killers returned to Iran. All 13 passports were issued on one street in Tehran, Karim-khan. Two buildings in this street are the headquarters of Iran’s intelligence services, the VAVAK “.

The Iranian regime is quite aware of the potential for the Iranian resistance to awaken the Iranian population and organize its removal. That’s why it does its utmost to attack The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) and NCRI both physically and with propaganda.