Satar Beheshti, Iranian blogger, died in the detainee’s house of Cyber Police

HRANA News Agency – Iran’s cyber police replied to the family of Satar Beheshti, Iranian blogger: “He died in the detainee’s house”.

According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), “When Satar’s brother-in-low went to follow his case, authorities told him, tomorrow come to Kahrizak Morgue, to give his body.” one of his relatives told HRANA’s reporter.

“After that, they (authorities) called his family to come to the security police in Shari’ati St. When Satar’s family asked what has happened to Satar, they replied you have not the right to ask questions and shut up. Satar was healthy and had not any disease when he was arrested.” He added.

Sattar Beheshti was arrested by the cyber police on national security charges on 30 October.

Beheshti, 35, is a worker from the city of Robat Karim, 25 kilometers southwest of the nation’s capital Tehran.

He was reportedly active on the social networking site Facebook.

After raiding his home and violently arresting Beheshti, the security forces confiscated his personal belongings, including his computer and handwritten notes.


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