Mehdi Foruzesh

Mehdi Foruzesh
مهدی فروزش
3 Jan 2024
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  • Vice President of Forensic Medicine Organization Management and Support Development (0000 - 22 Sep 2019)
  • Head of Forensic Medicine , Tehran Province (22 Sep 2019 - present)
    • Human Rights Violation: Coordination in concealing the crime (December 12, 2022 - present) read more
      Tehran (Tehran Province)
      Rights Violated
      Right to freedom from torture, Right to life
      Mehdi Forouzesh, in his capacity as the head of the Forensic Medicine Organization of Tehran Province, is responsible for preventing the revelation of the true cause of the death of  the victims of the 2022-23 protests in Tehran. Mehdi Forouzesh is accused of obstructing justice by preventing the identification of the perpetrators of Mahsa Amini and Aida Rostami's murder through providing vague and inaccurate reports regarding the cause of their murder.

      Aida Rostami went missing on December 12, 2022, and her lifeless body, bearing signs of torture, was delivered to her family the next day. Aida Rostami was a general practitioner who provided medical assistance to protesters who were shot or injured during the 2022-23 protests in their homes.

      The 2022-23 protests began following the death of Mahsa (Gina) Amini on September 13, 2022, in the detention of the morality police of the Islamic Republic. These protests quickly spread across the country and are remembered as the largest revolutionary uprising against the government since the establishment of the Islamic Republic. The Iranian government responded to these protests with deadly violence. According to human rights organizations, the security forces of the Islamic Republic have killed at least 551 people, with a minimum of 68 of them being children.

      New details about the suspicious death of Aida Rostami, the doctor of Ekbatan protesters father of Mahsa Amini: Ceputy of Forensic Medicine said, "Whatever is in the interest of the country, we will write"      
These violations may only be part of the human rights violations that this person has been involved in. The investigation into this person's human rights record is ongoing.