Details of the 19-Year-Old Pakban Murder

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Details of the 19-Year-Old Pakban Murder

Details of the murder of a 19-year-old cleaner

In its recent report, Etemad newspaper wrote that in recent days, a horrific and painful murder near Niayesh Bridge has sparked various reactions from users on social media.

At midnight, the killer, with a senseless motive in mind, got out of his black car and attacked two young men. He engaged with one of them, threw him from the top of Niayesh Bridge, and then, without looking back, got into his car and fled. The young man who had been thrown from the bridge not only lost his life but also several cars passed over his body.

A close acquaintance of Elias Mohammadi describes his life. Elias was around 19 years old and had been in Iran from a neighboring country for about two to three years. Elias worked as a cleaner for the municipality and at night, he cleaned the walls along the highway overpasses. After finishing work, he would sleep in the municipality’s container near Noor Square.

On the 20th of Bahman this year, the Hamshahri newspaper reported the murder of a municipal street cleaner near the Pol-e Niyayesh in Tehran. It stated that in the early morning of the 20th of Bahman, a young street cleaner of the Tehran Municipality was thrown from the top of Pol-e Niyayesh bridge to the bottom because the perpetrator thought the victim intended to disrespect some flags that were raised for the occasion of the 22nd of Bahman. The street cleaner lost his life, and even a few cars ran over his body under the bridge.


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