The International Court of Justice in Sweden begins the trial of the Iranian serial killer Hamid Nouri, who participated in the brutal killing of 5,000 prisoners of political opponents inside prisons.
Sweden– The arrest of “Hamid Nouri” the Iranian serial killer who participated in the execution of 5,000 detainees following a court plan that toppled him after three decades he spent in hiding, to appear today before the International Court of Justice in Sweden.
In 1988, with the end of the Iran-Iraq war, “Hamid Nouri”, a former Iranian official in prison, participated in the execution of mass death sentences against 5,000 Iranian dissidents as part of a campaign of purification and repression against political opponents by brutal methods such as torture, deprivation of food and violation of dignity, all of which were carried out within one month
“Nuri” was lured in 2019 by his daughter-in-law, who contacted him and promised him to prepare a luxurious trip to Northern Europe and that he was waiting for him in Sweden so that “Nuri” was excited to spend leisure times without knowing what awaited him there, and he was surprised upon his arrival in Swedish lands that the police were waiting to take him to prison
“Nuri” will be subject to an international trial in Sweden, which is likely to last about 10 months, where he faces charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity, torture and failure to hand over the bodies of the victims to their families.