The Iranian regime’s security forces in Tehran on Monday shackled and paraded youths as a form of punishment aimed at breaking their characters and spreading fear in society.
State-media reported that the despicable parade took place in central Tehran early on Monday, July 24, in the presence of Brig. Gen. Hossein Sajedi-Nia, the regime’s police commander in Greater Tehran.
The regime described the victims as hoodlums. In reality, this medieval practice is aimed at countering the incessant protests taking place in Iranian cities by a deeply disgruntled population.