Tehran (IP) - Iran's Judiciary Chief Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje'i has revealed new details on the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian woman who has grabbed the headlines across the Western media.

Iran PressIran News: Amini died at a Tehran hospital last Friday, three days after she slipped into a coma while receiving training on the proper rules of wearing a Hijab at the headquarters of the morality police in Tehran. 

Shortly after her death, allegations of mistreatment and even torture surfaced on social media platforms, and Western media outlets lost no time in picking up the story and willfully distorting it.

Speaking in the opening ceremony of the ninth Expediency Discernment Council on Tuesday, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei said Mahsa was led to the Police car in the daylight, while all, including his brothers and two other of her relatives, were present at the place: "Apart from her relatives and police officers, 4 or 5 other people were also present there. Then, she was directly transferred from the van to the hall where the CCTV footage was released."

In the police center, she sat among many others, then she stood up and talked with a woman and then fainted as the footage showed, where in less than 2 minutes, a paramedic came to see her, Mohseni-Ejei added.

"The motorcycle with emergency medical services came immediately and after that she was taken to the hospital by an ambulance. All these events happened in about an hour in front of people," the Judiciary Chief explained.

Under the pretext of Mahsa's death, the anti-Iranian media and bloggers affiliated with the Western states have been fueling the unrest in Iran.  

The rioters desecrated the Islamic sanctities, including the holy Quran; they burnt Quran and set fire to the martyrs' pictures. The rioters even set fire to ambulances.


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