The Iranian opposition released a brain scan of an Iranian young woman, Mahsa Amini, who was tortured by the Iranian “morality” police, sparking an outbreak of protests that resulted in at least 83 deaths following the September 16 announcement following Amini’s death.
The published photo shows the aftermath of a blow to the head that Amini had caused her death. The Iranian opposition confirmed that the perpetrators had been identified and brought to justice, adding that the Iranian regime would one day be held accountable for its crimes against humanity. .
Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish woman, died three days after being arrested for violating Iran’s strict dress code.
Today, Sunday, the Iran International TV website reported that the hacker group Bakdour (3ackd0or) provided the website with information about the identity of the members of the Iranian Ethika patrol that arrested the Iranian girl Mahsa Amini, including the leader of the Enayatullah Rafii team. The site attached a photo of several people to the news.