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Virtual police in Iran killed another 17-year-old girl at protests, — The Mirror (photo)

According to journalists who refer to the data of human rights activists, Arnike Guy Magami was hit on the head with truncheons many times. The girl fell into a coma, and after 10 days, doctors pronounced her dead.

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At a recent protest in Iran against the forced wearing of Muslim headscarves, Sharia guards inflicted fatal injuries on 17-year-old Arnika Guy Magami. It is reported by The Mirror.

It is reported that the security forces crept up behind the girl and started beating her with batons.

Virtual police in Iran killed another 17-year-old girl at the protests, — The Mirror (photo)

The vice police in Iran killed another 17-year-old girl at the protests, — The Mirror (photo)

The published footage shows the girl lying in the hospital ward. According to independent Iranian media, she fell into a coma, and 10 days after brain death, doctors pronounced her dead.

According to Iranian human rights activists, the protester became a victim of local law enforcement officers. Officials of the country, in turn, claim that she died as a result of a fall from the fourth floor.

Human rights activists say that after being beaten on the street, the girl was taken to an army hospital to hide the truth.

< p>Protests swept Iran after the death of 22-year-old activist Mahsa Amini, who traveled from Kurdistan to Tehran to visit relatives.

It is believed that she was beaten at the police station. There is evidence from hackers who allegedly gained access to medical records and claim that the 22-year-old victim had skull fractures, hemorrhage and cerebral edema.