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Was Mahsa Amini Beaten to Death? Video from Police Station Cameras!

After the “death of Mahsa Amini”, which confused Iran, new news continues to come from the country every hour. The death of Emini, who died after being detained, caused protests in the country and the groups that took to the streets reacted to this event. Finally, Iran shared the last images of Mahsa Amini before he died. Here are the details in those images…

It was claimed that 22-year-old Mahsa Amini was tortured to death in the police station she was taken to in Iran. The thought that led to this was the statement made by Mahsa Amini’s father that ‘my daughter did not have a heart condition’.

Two different views emerged at the time the country was mixed. Has Mahsa Amini been killed? Or did he die of natural causes?

In the new images published, the images showing that Mahsa Amini had a heart attack and collapsed during the training at the police station were shared.

Mahsa Amini, who was detained on September 13 by the Irshad patrols known as the “morality police” in Tehran, the capital of Iran, died in a coma after a while. After Emini’s death, many groups in the country took to the streets, chanting slogans and reacting to Amini’s death with banners they opened. There were also reports of dead and wounded in the protests.

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15 Comments

  1. Couldn’t it be more obvious than that person that was talking to her obviously throwing something right at her face with her left hand? Idk but the arm moves and that left hand waving rapidly in the woman’s face seemed nothing but unnatural. And the woman immediately brought her two hand up to her throat and face as if the other person she was talking to had blown or thrown some rapid-acting killer dust right at her. Pretty sure whoever that was that she was speaking to was up to something. It looks like another woman. But we already know a woman is very capable of killing as much as as a is. So don’t completely discard that possibility.

  2. Just arm yourselves and declare all-out war against the bully “morality” pigs pretending to be police and the worthless government holding everyone pinned. But first prepare well for the assault. Think it out thoroughly and arm yourselves to the teeth. When you’re ready, then take your country by force by blowing up all their buildings and gunning them down. Burn the whole city to the ground. You can always rebuild later. It’s the only way. It’s the way it has been done in many other world countries throughout the ages. Something doesn’t work? You undo it and then build it back up. Don’t continue to stand idle by holding up silly signs hoping for the bully dictators to hear you out and then suddenly say… ‘oh you know what, you’re right… we’ve been oh sooo unfair to you all…, sorry about that!! We’ll try to be more considerate from now on!’ Yeah right. You know darn well that’s just not gonna happen. Not like EVER in your lifetime. So quit dragging your feet already with lame protests that lead nowhere and start by chopping some high-ranking heads down. Make sure you get them real good where their jaws meet their stinky tongue. You can do this. For sure the whole world will applaud and support you. If you don’t make it, then at least you die with honor and that in itself will serve as inspiration to the next crop of young warriors that dare give them hell to their death. But the fire must first be lit by you, the current citizens of Iran. Why leave it for the people of the 22nd century when you can make history now? Don’t let the future Iranians look back to the past and damn you for not even trying to make a better world for them.

  3. Just arm yourselves and declare all-out war against the bully “morality” pigs pretending to be police and the worthless government holding everyone pinned. But first prepare well for the assault. Think it out thoroughly and arm yourselves to the teeth. When you’re ready, then take your country by force by blowing up all their buildings and gunning them down. Burn the whole city to the ground. You can always rebuild later. It’s the only way. It’s the way it has been done in many other world countries throughout the ages. Something doesn’t work? You undo it and then build it back up. Don’t continue to stand idle by holding up silly signs hoping for the bully dictators to hear you out and then suddenly say… ‘oh you know what, you’re right… we’ve been oh sooo unfair to you all…, sorry about that!! We’ll try to be more considerate from now on!’ Yeah right. You know darn well that’s just not gonna happen… ever in your lifetime. So quit dragging your feet with lame protests that lead nowhere and start by chopping some high-ranking heads already. You can do this. For sure the whole world will aplaud and support you. But the fire must first be lit by you, the citizens of Iran. Why leave it for the people of the 22nd century when you can make history now?

  4. All of you have a point but who is really telling the truth? Everyone wants to believe THEIR own point of view. If doctor reports show that she was beat, then that’s that. If you want to believe that she deserved to die then believe what you want to believe. But the government has always been a dictatorship. That is why the government is enforcing these laws. No, maybe she didn’t deserve to die, and those other children/minors didn’t deserve to die either, but they were breaking the law, (supposedly) and though it may be a stupid or dumb, it’s still the law. A law that the people have to obey, otherwise serious consequences continue to follow.
    Just saying, think and use common sense before you get into an argument about something you know very little about.

    1. i don’t think u understand, she made an amazing movement and did not deserve to be killed so if you want to be a b**ch than I guess I understand but she did NOT deserve to be killed and some laws should not be there and this is a very powerful movement

  5. Honestly, I hesitated for a while before leaving my reply for this post. because it’s an old post & I don’t know if the readers are gonna see this or if they don’t already know the truth after this time. but since it’s still shown as your most viewed posts I decided to leave my reply here for those who are still seeking the truth.
    But seriously I don’t know how to feel after reading it. I think if it’s how the author thinks, it’s either that the politicians in her country are so honest that she can’t process them ever lying (well, good for her) or she really doesn’t know Iran at all.
    Mahsa Amini was beaten at the car, before these shots were taken. and the officials never provided any video of the cameras installed on the clothes of the morality police. and later she was beaten more in the station (of course they are not gong to show us the videos of that time. She had a concussion, back of her skull was broken (as shown on her radiographs that was revealed later by the staff of the hospital) and as you can see in her picture on the hospital bed she had signs of bleedings in her ear which is a sign of head trauma.
    Now after almost fifty days of protests in Iran, a lot more of girls and boys have been killed on the streets. Lots of them were underaged children and teenages.
    thank you for raising awareness but please pay more attention & try to be more accurate
    For peace & for Iran

  6. Am literally crying now
    It was said the day before yesterday was suppose to be her birthday and she’s going to university next weekto study micro biology to become a doctor💔💔😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭💔💔💔💔💔

    1. And you never asked yourself why on earth a death is so perfect in timing!!! . This girl had a brain surgery because of craniopharyngioma and her condition caused her unfortunate death but social media turned this to a disaster because of political issues. Media uses naive people like you to destroy everything. Only for your notice, around 40 people (including police officers and regular people) died in iran because of these lies that you easily. You better change your view on media and not to believe everything you hear.

      1. Your ignorant statements make me think you are a government stooge. Much of the ‘evidence’ the Iranian government has provided has been quickly discredited as FAKE, and the government has a long history of doing exactly what they stand accused of now. Morality police need to disband, and the government needs to be replaced with one not ruled by religion. Religion in charge of a country has never made anything better, in the history of the world. It needs to end now.

      2. her own father said she never had a surgery or brain tumour, her childhood friends also said they were never aware of this. The doctor that claimed sh had the surgery said she had it at 8years, while the Iranian government said she had the surgery at 5 years..they can’t even get their lies straight.

      3. seems like someone who loves the dictator. damn you radical religious people. you know the government lies but you still believe them. what about thousands of other people they have killed?

        1. video cannot lie…she was walking in to the station peacefully and no problem. Sat down, then got up and talked to people and then she collapsed. Then staff and other people rushed to help her and she was taken to an ambulance.
          She was NOT in a jail cell and she was not beaten to death by police.
          I do not like any Dictator, but I do love truth. The truth here is she died of medical condition NOT by secret police in a jail cell.
          the truth is the truth and video doesn’t lie no matter how much you try to explain it.

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