Iran: Billion-Dollar Embezzler Linked to IRGC Released From Prison

Iran Focus

London, 11 Jun - NCRI - State-run media reported that Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander Massoud Mehrdadi as the prime suspect of embezzling $13 billion was released on bail from prison. According to this report, Mehrdadi is board member of the IRGC Cooperative Foundation, while he is sitting at the boards of more than 40 other companies.

The government owned news agencies reported last week, that Brigadier General "Massoud Mehrdadi" board member of IRGC Cooperative Foundation, Ansar Bank, mobile communications, telecommunications, as well as dozens other companies and institutions belonging to the IIRGC in “Jasmine Holding" Foundation was involved in management of economic activities, because his participation in macro-financial embezzlement thirteen billions, along with Brigadier Saif (Sajadnia) his deputy has been arrested by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards intelligence. The arrest of these two were following the absconding of commander Issa Sharifi deputy mayor of Tehran.

Previously Mahmoud Reza Khavari director of the National Bank and the prime suspect of embezzling three thousand billion dollars left Iran through mediation of relatives of Mohseni-ejei, spokesman for Iran's judiciary. Mehdi Azizian also former vice president and main adviser to Astan Qods Razavi fled Iran with the help of Ibrahim Raisi one of the main candidates in last sham presidential election.