Ali Younesi and Amir Hossein Moradi were taken to group interrogation | Iran International

Ali Younesi and Amir Hossein Moradi were taken to group interrogation

Brother of political prisoner Ali Younesi announced that his brother and Amir Hossein Moradi have not accepted the charges against them in a meeting with representatives of regime’s student organizations withing the universities, which they referred to as a “group interrogation”.

Representatives of several of the regime’s student organizations in universities and some of the professors at Sharif University met with Ali Younesi and Amir Hossein Moradi in the presence of judiciary officials and the case interrogator.

Reza Younesi, Ali’s brother wrote in his Twitter account that some “so-called” professors and students “who are fully tied to security forces” played “the role of interrogators in a group interrogation session.”

He emphasized that “even in that group interrogation session” Younesi and Moradi “did not accept their charges.”

According to the report by the Islamic Association of students, Ali Younesi said: “I only want my case out of the Intelligence Ministry so I can defend myself in court.”

Moradi also said: “There are many things I want to say, but I can’t do it in just a few minutes.”

Ali Younesi’s brother asks: "What has the Intelligence Ministry done to them that Ali wants to go to court faster? What threats have you made that Ali is worried about his family while he himself is in that terrible situation?”

 

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