While the Mahsa Amini protests in Iran have left behind their 3rd month, 40 foreign nationals have been detained in the country so far. Making a statement on the detentions, Iranian Judiciary Spokesperson Masoud Setayeshi said, “The judicial process continues against these individuals.”
Iranian Judiciary Spokesperson Masoud Setayeshi said that 40 foreign nationals, including 2 French spies, have been detained so far in the demonstrations that started across the country after the death of Mahsa Amini.
In a press conference held in the capital Tehran, Iranian Judiciary Spokesperson Masoud Setayeshi gave information about the ongoing judicial process regarding the demonstrations that started across the country after the death of Mahsa Amini. Stating that 40 foreign nationals, including 2 French spies, were detained in the demonstrations on the grounds of disrupting public security and committing crimes against national security, Setayeshi said, “The judicial process continues for these people.”
INDICTMENTS READY AGAINST 1,118 DEMONSTRATORS
In a statement on the ongoing judicial process in Tehran province, Setayeshi said that so far, indictments have been prepared against 1,118 demonstrators and legal action has been taken against 2,432 demonstrators across the country. All files are being examined with great care and meticulousness.” Emphasizing that the judiciary will do its part to protect national security, Setayeşi said, “We will punish terrorists wherever they are. We will never turn a blind eye.”