Mohammad Kamranni, a young 18 years old, is the latest victim of the state orchestrated criminal activities in Iran.
Mohammad had sustained horrific injuries while in custody; on 20 July, he died in hospital in Tehran.
In the aftermath of the presidential-election so far, scores of people have been killed, injured and hundreds more detained by the authorities.
Official dead count by the government authorities grossly contradicts the non-official sources, independent sources put the numbers much higher. The authorities, in many cases, have kept families of the victims in dark for days or even weeks.
United Nation and its human rights and judiciary annexes must investigate the crimes committed by the official and/or non-official authorities in the post-presidential-election in Iran. This is the least the international community could do in respecting the young Iranians who have sacrificed their innocent lives for freedom.