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Witness statement of Ebrahim Khodabandeh

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Ebrahim Khodabandeh, currently an agent of VEVAK / MOIS provided witness statement to Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission (POAC) on 12 November2002 that his brother Massoud Khodabandeh and his wife were working for VEVAK / MOIS as agents of disinformation campaign against PMOI / MEK.

He states, “The person who set up and runs “Iran-Interlink” is my brother’s wife, Anne Khodabandeh (nee Singleton). Anne Khodabandeh married my brother some years ago, but it was not until four years ago that I began to suspect that she had links with the Iranian clerical regime. I have been aware for some time now that my brother, Massoud Khodabandeh, has links with the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence.”

Ebrahim Khodabandeh was arrested a year later in Syria and deported to Iran by the Assad regime. Ebrahim Khodabandeh was jailed and started to cooperate with the henchmen in prison against other inmates. Today, he is fully deployed by the Iranian regime’s intelligence apparatus in demonization campaign against the PMOI / MEK.

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