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This report has been compiled by a group of Iranian medical personnel working in the newly independent countries of the old Soviet Union. It's a revelation with far-reaching implications that need to be exposed to the world. These crimes are being perpetrated by the Iranian Regime who are collaborating with Russia!

 

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We have evidence that women in Iranian prisons are being used for scientific experiments using radiation. They are being raped and they and their unborn children are being experimented upon using medium to high Level doses of Gy radiation (1.4 to 4.2) doses. Some of these women are now dead and their bodies further abused to hide the evidence of the experiments done to them!

 

 

This is the story:

Between 1972 and 1979, in Russia, various experiments were carried out on the effects of radiation treatment. A big part of the project involved using political prisoners bi-linearly and spatially - exposing them to radiation and then experimenting using new forms of treatment on them.

In early 1989 there were two leaks that exposed this project to the public involving a famous Russian journalist and a Swede. The project was cancelled in 1992 and all the files were removed from Lubyanka (KGB Central Command).

 

In 1999, thirteen years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and with renewed military interest, new funding was acquired for the project once again. It has now been revealed that in 2007 and then again in 2008 a delegation of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard experts along with a person named Mr. Bateni who appears to have had some medical training travelled to Russia and spent a total of 13 months on this project studying the effects of radiation on the human body (mostly Gamma Rays). During this period the Iranian regime acquired two devices used to emit medium to high levels of Gy (1.4 to 4.2) doses. In the Summer of 2009 reports were received that a number of 'European Looking' medical personnel had visited Iran's notorious Evin prison.

Parallel to this report, other reports came out that for two weeks three foreign doctors were using the laboratory facilities of a modern hospital in Tehran. The area they were working in was completely off limits to other hospital personnel.

At the same time, in the Summer of 2009 there were an unusually large number of reports about the medical conditions of political prisoners in Iran who had suffered from rapid hair loss, and from blood in their stools and noses.

They were also reported to suffer from vomiting & nausea – all could be signs of radiation poising. These reports mostly came from the cities of Tehran, Arak and Amol.

In 2008 a unit of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards was allocated funding to examine the effects of high radiation on the liver, brain, breast, reproductive system and blood stream. Two scientists from Belarus were assigned to this project. Part of the study was to assess the mutancy in women and unborn babies (pre and post insemination). This was a continuation of the work done in Russia in 1975.

 

 

One of the key features of this treatment studies is to trace effects of radiation on women's reproductive organs and to trace this to babies in the womb.

Medical experts report that results are enhanced in reliability if similar doses are received by women who are in the early stages of pregnancy and those who become pregnant 3-10 weeks after exposure (This is called rate of cell mutation and transference).

In a number of cases (about 5 that we know of) women from 21 years of age to 40 have been mutilated or burned after their arrest. Although there have been reports of rapes against both men and women in Iranian prisons, the treatment of women has involved some sort of medical treatment, the nature of which is unclear to us.

Even though we have been able to reach a number of women who have been released between Oct. and Dec. 2009, no one is yet prepared to discuss the issue. What we do know is that a number of women have developed chronic nausea, bleeding and loss of hair (even their eyelashes) all of which were symptoms reported in Belarus after the Chernobyl nuclear accident of 1986. There have been multiple cases of people who were arrested and died in detention in Iran in the past 8 months. In some cases the bodies were washed with acid. All those cases were women whose reproductive organs were treated to acid bath extensively. At least in four cases the bodies have been burned or mutilated. Unless a cell stucture test was conducted, it would not have been possible to ascertain whether or not the women were subjected to G radiation and post radiation injections aimed to slow down the effects of radiation. One possible reason for burning the reproductive organs may be the 'tubular insertion' testing. During this procedure, in order to isolate the radiation and to focus the damage, a tube is inserted and short bursts of G-Ray (up to 3 Gy) are emitted for up to 45 seconds and then the effects are measured in the next 48 hours when most of the cell damage can be monitored and the treatment is decided at that time.

In some cases the bodies were washed with acid. All these were women whose reproductive organs were extensively treated to with acid baths! In at least four cases the bodies had also been burned or mutilated. Unless a cell structure test was conducted, it would not have been possible to ascertain whether or not the women were subjected to G-radiation and post-radiation injections aimed to slow down the effects of radiation.

 

One possible reason for burning the reproductive organs may be the 'tubular insertion' testing. During this procedure, in order to isolate the radiation and to focus the damage, a tube is inserted and short bursts of G-Ray (up to 3 Gy) are emitted for up to 45 seconds and then the effects are measured in the next 48 hours when most of the cell damage can be monitored and the treatment is decided at that time.

 

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