The General Director of Forensic Medicine confirmed that there were no marks of beating on the girl’s body and no skull fracture.
Mahdi Forosh, general director of forensic medicine in the Iranian capital Tehran, confirmed on Wednesday that There are no injury marks on the head and face of Mahsa Amini. The girl who died a few days ago in a police station in the capital of Persia.
There is misleading information in the case of Amini Rrelating to blood in his ear and a crack at the base of his skullBut forensic medicine confirms that There are no signs of tumors or skull fractures in his eyes, Mahdi Forosh said.
He also said that, during the autopsy, No bleeding or rupture was observed from his internal organs. and elaborated that Mahsa Amini In 2006, he underwent brain surgery in a hospital in Tehran.
However, he explained that It takes time to ascertain the cause of death, after which an official report will be filed.
On Tuesday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani commented on US and European interference in the case of young Iranian woman Mahsa Amini. “These countries, which have a long history of instigating wars and dealing with violence globally, lack the legitimacy to advise others on human rights.”
Last Saturday Iranian police published a video taken by surveillance cameras, documenting Amini’s final moments inside the police station There is no evidence of any violent clash between the police and the girl.