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Iranian police killed a young man, just because he didn’t have the driving license!
Iranian police recently shot and killed a young man, named Mousa Shahbakhsh, in Keshavarz Avenue in downtown Zahedan, capital of Sistan and Baluchestan province in southeastern Iran.
The police were chasing the young man for not having a driver’s license, and when he did not stop on the orders of the police, they shot him.
Police officers told reporters that they shot the young man, but he died at the hospital.
Shooting at a young man just because he did not have the driver’s license, is a disproportionate response by the standards of any law-enforcement agencies in the world.
Many Iranians believe that the Iranian policemen have become more loyal to the elites of the Iranian Regime than to the people, disrespecting their oath of serving the people and the country.
Iran’s SSF (State Security Force) enjoy an open-hand in Sistan and Baluchistan and frequently shoot at young men after falsely alleging these men of smuggling and drug-trafficking.