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Saleh Mirhashemi

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Name: Saleh Mirhashemi
Father's Name: Unknown
Mother's Name: Unknown
City of Birth: Unknown
State of Birth: Unknown
Date of Birth: Unknown
City of Death: Isfahan
State of Death: Isfahan
Date of Death: 2023-05-19

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Saleh Mirhashemi Baltaghi, born in 1986, was a distinguished karate champion and bodybuilding instructor from Isfahan. Renowned for his 4th Degree Black Belt in Karate, Saleh was known as a calm and kind individual. His life took a tragic turn when he was arrested during the 2022 protests in Iran. Shortly after beginning his married life, he found himself entangled in legal troubles that would alter his fate.

Saleh was accused in the “Khane Isfahan” case, linked to an armed attack resulting in the death of three Basij members. The Iranian Judiciary charged him with Moharebeh (War on God) and sentenced him to death. However, the case against him was fraught with inconsistencies. Contradictory reports from state-affiliated media outlets cast doubts on the legitimacy of the charges against him. These discrepancies pointed towards a potential miscarriage of justice.

During his 45 days in solitary confinement, Saleh was subjected to severe torture. He was reportedly denied any contact with his family, and his physical condition deteriorated due to the harsh treatment. Allegedly, Iranian officials obtained forced confessions from him under duress, involving threats to his family. This alleged coercion played a significant role in his conviction.

Saleh’s trial was marked by allegations of unfairness. Reports suggested that key evidence against him was obtained through torture, and there was no concrete proof of his involvement in the violence. His statements from prison indicated that his confessions were coerced. Despite these concerns, he was sentenced to death, triggering widespread international condemnation. The case of Saleh Mirhashemi Baltaghi highlights critical issues within Iran’s judicial system, particularly regarding the treatment of protesters and the standards of fair trial.

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