Sunday, December 23, 2012

A youth is close to death in Saravan prison due to lack of treatment

Based on the received reports by “Human Rights Activists for Democracy in Iran", a Balouch fellow prisoner because of inhumane pressures was faced a brain stroke in Saravan prison. Following the stroke he was transferred to the central prison of Zahedan, but he is being completely paralyzed and endangered to die according to the delay of hospitalizing.
The prisoner, Abdolnabi Souri, 31 years old, got stroke 1 month a go in the central prison of Saravan, but  was not received any treatment.
This prisoner was transferred to the central prison of Zahedan. The health care staff after initial investigations requested for sending him to the department of Neurology of outside hospitals. But Yousefi, a criminal director of the prison clinic prevented him to be transferred for cure.
The situation of prisoner, Abdolnabi Souri, who is for 10 days in the prison clinic, is worsening. First the left area of his body was paralyzed and recently his right area also is being paralyzed, such that he cannot speak any more.
Mr Mohammadian, and Parsi, and the nurses of the clinic repeatedly asked the director of the clinic to immediately transfer the prisoner to the hospital, otherwise he will lose his life.
So far, Yousefi, by no admission, has been responsible for the death and disabilities that has happened for several prisoners. This person, recently has ordered the authorities of the clinic not to transfer the severely ill prisoners to the clinic in the evening and night shifts.
“Human Rights Activists for Democracy in Iran" condemns the systematic method of lacking of the treatment for defenseless prisoners that causes death and disabilities, and urges  High Commissioner for Human Rights and the UN Special Rapporteur to refer Mullahs' regime and Mullah Ali Khamenei’s case of crimes against humanity to the international courts.

“Human Rights Activists for Democracy in Iran"
22 Dec 2012

The above report has been sent to the following organizations:
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights
Amnesty International

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