Iran: Prisoner of conscious hanged for ‘different interpretation of Quran’
A prisoner of conscious was executed yesterday morning by the Iranian regime. Mr Mohsen Amir Aslani was executed on charges of “corruption on earth; changing Islam’s principles and secondary laws; and new interpretation of Quran”.
Mr. Amir Aslani, 37, who had been in prison since eight years ago, was once sentenced to four years in prison which was later commuted to twenty-eight months. However, as more fabricated charges were brought against him, the head henchman Judge Salavati condemned him to death.
The Iranian regime has refraining from handing over the body of this prisoner to his family through stonewalling and offering contradictory answers to them.
The executions are continuing while Hassan Rouhani, infamous among the Iranian people as 'President of Execution' for his record of over 1,000 executions in a year, is visiting New Yerk to whitewash the regime's crimes.