September 22, 2020
An Iranian protester who was allegedly beaten into a coma by security forces during anti-government unrest last November, has died in custody, an opposition website reported on Monday.
Nader Mokhtari, 35, died on Saturday in Tehran’s Kahrizak prison, according to Kaleme.
1-While @JZarif gets a platform to spread his propaganda at @CFR_org, here’s a devastating news from Iran that should be given the platform: Nader Mokhtari, a 35-year-old protester arrested during #IranProtests in November 2019 and severely tortured, succumbs to death today pic.twitter.com/v4mBP3XkuT
— Masih Alinejad 🏳️ (@AlinejadMasih) September 21, 2020
He then went missing for a month until his family found him at a hospital in Tehran’s Shahr-e Rey district, the report added.