Agent of Ministry of Intelligence & Security
Indicted for Spying on Mojahedin
It has been more than a month since a Berlin court began hearing the case of a terrorist dispatched by the mullahs’ regime to spy on the Iranian Resistance. Hamid Khorsand was ordered several years ago by the Iranian Intelligence Ministry to establish contact with supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization, Iran’s largest and most effective opposition movement. He took part in some of the opposition’s activities and reported on them to the Ministry.
In subsequent years, Khorsand tried to establish closer contacts with the Iranian Resistance by going to the NCR’s representative office in Cologne. The bid failed, due to his suspicious background and conduct, and he returned to Berlin.
The information provided by Khorsand, a veteran of the regime’s fanatic forces, was used to plan terrorist assassinations of Mojahedin officials.
The following excerpts have been taken from the first ten sessions of the trial, ongoing in January 2000. The judge and the Federal Prosecutor, I\4r. Bruno Jost, also acted as magistrate and prosecutor in the infamous Mykonos trial, in which several of the regime’s intelligence agents as well as top officials in Tehran were convicted of planning and executing the Mafiastyle assassination of four Kurdish dissidents in the Mykonos restaurant in Berlin in 1993...
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