No traces of beating, internal bleeding found on Amini's body: Report
The Director General of Forensic Medicine in Tehran Province says the autopsy conducted on Mahsa Amini's body revealed no bleeding or rupture in her internal organs.
The Director General of Forensic Medicine in Tehran Province said Wednesday that there are no traces of beating or wounds on the head and face of the late Iranian Mahsa Amini.
"Concerning the misleading information about blood coming out of Amini's ears and a fracture at the base of her skull, we, forensic doctors, confirm that there are no signs of bruising or swelling on her eye and no fracture in her skull either," the Director General said.
The forensic report showed that there are no signs of skull fracture, and the autopsy conducted on Amini's body revealed no bleeding or rupture of her internal organs.
According to the Director General of Forensic Medicine in Tehran, more time is needed to find the actual cause of Amini's death in order to issue a final report based on the results of the analysis of the taken samples.
It is worth noting that "Mahsa Amini underwent a brain surgery in a hospital in Tehran in 2006," as revealed by the Director General.
It is noteworthy that Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian pointed out Tuesday that "an investigation was ordered into the tragic death of Mahsa, who, as the President said, was just like our own daughters."
According to the Iranian Minister, "to Iran, human rights are of inherent value unlike those who see it a tool against adversaries," hinting at the US.
An investigation was ordered into tragic death of Mahsa, who, as President said, was just like our own daughters.— H.Amirabdollahian امیرعبداللهیان (@Amirabdolahian) September 20, 2022
To Iran, human rights are of inherent value- unlike those who see it a tool against adversaries.
Instead of shedding crocodile tears, US must end #EconomicTerrorism
Mahsa Amini is a 22-year-old Iranian whose case has been exploited by several Western media outlets in order to further promote Iranophobia by fabricating lies and making use of her medical condition that led to her death merely for political purposes.
Mainstream and social media outlets were swarmed with trumped-up news, as some media outlets, mostly Western, claimed that an alleged brutal arrest led to the death of Amini.
Following the incident, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi called Amini's family, confirming that he had ordered the incident to be investigated carefully.
"Your daughter is like my own daughter, and I feel that this incident happened to one of my loved ones. Please accept my condolences," Raisi told Amini's family.
Earlier, Iranian Judiciary Chief, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei, stressed that the judiciary will closely investigate the case of Amini's death, assuring her family that he has ordered the judicial bodies to carry out a thorough investigation of the case.
The story as it is
After contacting several official sources in Iran, Al Mayadeen learned that Amini was never assaulted, beaten, or abused, and the proof was CCTV footage that slammed western reports as fake and fabricated.
The incident, recorded by the CCTV, shows a female police officer approaching Amini and pointing at her hijab. Amini and the officer entered into a verbal disagreement, after which the officer turned around and left Amini alone.
At this point, and without any physical altercation taking place between the two - contrary to western media reports which claimed that Amini was brutally beaten - Amini fainted and it was later reported that she fell into a coma. The police officer can be seen rushing to support Amini to prevent her from falling. Amini was then transferred to the hospital for treatment.
The video shows that there was no violence and no beating whatsoever and that not even an arrest was made. Official sources told Al Mayadeen that Amini had a brain tumor and that she has been undergoing treatment for some time prior to the incident. Medical records confirm Amini's multiple visits to the hospital for treatment.