Abolish death-penalty. Letter to Iran

To: shahroudi@dadgostary-tehran.ir  info_leader@leader.ir  …

Four days ago there was a (unconfirmed) message, that Ali Fazli had been executed.

Not confirmed: Sadar Fazli the cheaf of RG is executed by the regime for not wanting to kill more people in the streets

I just want to tell you, that I am very sorry about this and about the many other death in your country.

I attach a list of others I came to know about, and request any new government of Iran to abolish death-penalty.  ( see attachment: “Iran_dead_and_detained.xls” )

For death is such a irrevocable thing.
Maybe you aswell come one day to profiteer
from abolition of death-penalty.

Sincerely, Olaf Swillus.

Mi, 24.06.2009, 19:58 schrieb Olaf Swillus:

 Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi
 Howzeh Riyasat-e Qoveh Qazaiyeh
 Pasteur St., Vali Asr Ave., south of Serah-e Jomhouri
 Tehran 1316814737, IRAN
 E-Mail: shahroudi@dadgostary-tehran.ir

 Your Excellency Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi

 according to http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-278835
 Sardar Ali Fazli of the Revolutionary Guard,
 responsible for the Seyad-al-Shohada, Tehran Province,
 refused to carry out orders to use force against unarmed Iranian
 civilians.

 This is good news,
 midst of many many bad news of today:

 For today had been an incident at the Baharestan Square,
 which eyewitnesses decribe as a massacre.

 I cite from an Eyewitness Account:

 ”I was going towards Baharestan with my friend. This was everyone, not just supporters of one candidate or another. All of my friends, they were going to Baharestan to express our opposition to these killings and demanding freedom. The black-clad police stopped everyone. They emptied the buses that were taking people there and let the private cars go on.
We went on until Ferdowsi then all of a sudden some 500 people with clubs came out of [undecipherable] mosque and they started beating everyone. They tried to beat everyone on [undecipherable] bridge and
throwing them off of the bridge. And everyone also on the sidewalks. They beat a woman so savagely that she was drenched in blood and her husband, he fainted. They were beating people like hell. It was a
massacre. They were trying to beat people so they would die. they were cursing and saying very bad words to everyone. This was exactly a massacre… I don’t know how to describe it.”

 It is also reported, that Sardar Ali Fazli,
 who refused to be part of that massacre
 has been arrested after having refused.

 I would be glad to hear, that this is not true.

 Sincerely,
 Olaf Swillus.

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