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Mohsen Mohamadi Kouchaksaraei

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Name: Mohsen Mohamadi Kouchaksaraei
Father's Name: Abdulreza
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Ghaem Shahr
State of Birth: Mazandaran
Date of Birth: 1985-08-07
City of Death: Ghaem Shahr
State of Death: Mazandaran
Date of Death: 2022-09-21

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Mohsen (Shaban) Mohammadi Koochesfahani, a nature enthusiast and a regular participant in picnics and explorations, also enjoyed playing football and volleyball. Perhaps it was these passions that gave him the strength to walk about two kilometers after being shot, despite the bullet having pierced “below the heart and perforated his lung,” according to informed sources.

Ultimately, Mohsen collapsed on the side of a street. When his brother called Mohsen’s mobile phone to check on him, a taxi driver answered, informing him that he had found Mohsen shot and lying by the roadside.

A close family associate of Mohsen, who wished to remain anonymous, told BBC Persian that on September 21, in front of the Qaemshahr Police Station 11, Mohsen was shot from behind with a war bullet.

This source recounted, “Mohsen was speaking to his wife on the phone when suddenly the call was cut off. Despite her attempts, he no longer responded.” The only remnant of Mohsen left for his family was a blood-stained shirt, a grim souvenir of the night he went out to protest against the killing of Mahsa Amini and was fatally shot in the chest.

On Wednesday, September 21, in Qaemshahr, located in the Mazandaran province, Mohsen became another victim of the protests against the government-sanctioned killing of Mahsa (Zhina) Amini. An informed source and relative of Mohsen, who preferred anonymity, told Zamaneh that this citizen was hit by a war bullet from behind and under the left shoulder blade around 8:30 PM on September 21, 2021, and succumbed to his injuries after reaching the hospital.

The source detailed the circumstances of Mohsen’s shooting and his subsequent death, noting he was shot near the Talaghani Square of Qaemshahr heading towards the Noor Sea Passage. At 8:30 PM, his brother called, and a taxi driver who had picked up the phone informed him that Mohsen had been shot. The taxi driver, along with a young woman, was helping Mohsen by binding his wound with her shawl.

According to the informed source, Mohsen’s brother, along with his daughter, received him from the taxi driver and transported him to Vali-e-Asr Hospital in Qaemshahr. En route, Mohsen, still conscious, expressed difficulty breathing. His brother stopped the car to provide mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and cardiac massage, but Mohsen’s lungs had filled with blood.

After about 15 minutes of resuscitation efforts at the hospital, Mohsen was taken to surgery but did not survive.

The body of Mohsen Mohammadi was moved to the morgue, showing the bullet wounds on his left side, under the arm, and the left side of his body. His funeral took place on September 22 at the Imamzadeh Saleh cemetery in Koochesfahani, Qaemshahr, attended by a large crowd of mourners and under the watchful eyes of security forces.

Born on May 7, 1985, Mohsen was 37 years old at the time of his death, married with two children, and worked as a building electrician. Described by a close source as incredibly kind-hearted, Mohsen believed in living in the moment and was deeply devoted to his family and nature. He was known for his generosity, often refusing payment for his electrical work from those who could not afford it.

As protests continue in response to Mahsa Amini’s death, the violence and suppression from security forces across various cities in Iran have been widely documented. International and local human rights organizations are calling attention to the deaths and detentions of protesters, highlighting the need for accountability and justice in these tragic events. Mohsen Mohammadi’s story is a testament to the price paid by individuals standing up for freedom and justice in the face of oppressive forces.

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