CT Scan images show Mahsa Amini suffered a brain hemorrhage
The death of Mahsa Amini at the hands of the mullahs’ murderous Guidance Patrol has provoked an outpour of public outrage against the regime across Iran. As anti-regime protests continue for the third day, CT scans of Mahsa Amini’s brain and lungs have leaked, showing that she suffered a skull fracture and brain hemorrhage from a direct strike to her head.
The CT scans also show that her lungs were filled with blood and liquids caused by the state of coma.
The documents refute the regime’s absurd claim that she had died of a heart attack during the moral police educational class. Her family dismissed the claim, saying that Mahsa was completely healthy.
Student protests over the death of Mahsa Amini
In the meantime, students of seven universities in Tehran and the University of Isfahan marched on campus and in the streets on Monday, September 19, 2022, mourning the death of Mahsa Amini and shouting their anger at the regime and its suppressive forces. Girl students widely participated and were especially brave and outspoken, leading the chants.
The students of Tehran’s Amir Kabir University clashed with Bassij forces. They pushed them back when the latter tried to attack and disperse the students’ gathering. They chanted, “Iran is drenched in blood, from Kurdistan to Tehran,” “death to the dictator,” and “I will kill whoever killed my sister!”; “Students die but do not succumb to oppression!”
The students of Allameh Tabatabai University in Tehran also held a protest gathering on their campus, mourning the death of Mahsa Amini and condemning the compulsory hijab laws.
Melli University students: “Death to the dictator,” “the mullahs must get lost,” “I will kill whoever killed my sister!” “So many years of injustice, down with tyranny!” and “1,500 were killed in the November 2019 uprising!”
Tehran University School of Art students: “From Kurdistan to Tehran, stop the oppression of women!”
Tehran University students on their second day of protest: “In the name of religion and law, they’ve sanctioned spilling our blood!” “Shame on Bassiji; your hands are stained with the blood of our youths!” “Freedom is our right; we are powerful when we are together!” “Every one of us is a Mahsa; fight, and we will fight back!” “Poverty, corruption, and injustice, down with tyranny!” “The so-called security forces, you are our murderers!”