Camp Ashraf resident dies of wounds inflicted by Iraqi forces

15 08 2009

Friday, 14 August 2009 Shaaban Souri, 44, wounded during the criminal attack of the Iraqi forces on Camp Ashraf, died on August 14, 2009, at 21:30 as he was being transferred to Balad hospital of the American forces. He was badly beaten with batons and truncheons, especially on his head, by the Iraqi forces on July 28. He had been suffering from headaches following the attack. NCRI – Shaaban Souri, 44, wounded during the criminal attack of the Iraqi forces on Camp Ashraf, died last night at 21:30 as he was being transferred to Balad hospital of the American forces. He spent 20 years of his life in struggle for freedom of Iranian people against the religious tyranny ruling Iran.

He was badly beaten with batons and truncheons, especially on his head, by the Iraqi forces on July 28. He had been suffering from headaches following the attack. At 14:15 Thursday, he was in the state of convulsion and nauseates and consequently went into coma. Considering his critical state, Ashraf residents informed the American forces of his state. At 20:20 an American doctor attended the patient and at 21:00, while he was on oxygen to help him with breathing he was taken to Balad hospital. He died on the way on the helicopter.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran


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