The pilot’s phone had a picture of internationally captured terrorist Mohsin Rezai for the AMIA attack

The mobile phone was seized from room 304 of the Canning Hotel, where pilot Gholmareja Ghasemi was resting. In this device, a Samsung SMA5160, screenshots, videos and images were found of wars, weapons, armies, leaders of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and Quds forces, among other elements., The report on that phone number appears in a nearly 300-page decision that Judge Federico Villana signed last night explaining his reasons for sending the country to 7 of the 19 crew members of the plane. Emtrasur. Why did you decide to maintain the exit ban in force? Arrived in Buenos on June 6th.

Several members of the military are seen in one image. One of them would be Ghasemi himself. To remove doubts, the judge ordered the gendarmerie to produce an expert report, comparing this photograph to the current images of the pilot. “Although from a comparison of face shapes between the two images, it was concluded that the features found It cannot be excluded that the photographic images are not sufficient to determine whether the photographic images clearly correspond to the same individual.Based on the information obtained from the table previously captured, regarding the conjugations related to the shape of the lips, the opening of the palate, the shape of the eyebrows and the clearance of the forehead, taking into account even more than the so-called images of the condition of symmetry must not meet that they must obtain”, says the resolution.

The report also stated: 1) images of military weapons displayed on the ground, on white plastic, and of two men, apparently lifeless, hanging by the neck; 2) images showing nuclear weapons, combat tanks and a building on fire; 3) Screenshots of “WhatsApp” groups in which Ghasemi shares photos of people in uniform; 4) Images of the logo of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of Iran; and 5) a screenshot showing the list of components for a Soviet-built guided missile launch pad.

Inside the pilot’s phone, various screenshots were also found, in which images were Qasim Sulemani, former commander of the Quds Forces; Abu Mahdi al-Mhandis, former military leader of Kateb Hezbollah; Ali Hossein Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran, with members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps; Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Aerospace Force; Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran; You Mohsin Rezai, former commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, was captured internationally for the AMIA attack.

Rezai was a few months ago Inauguration of dictator Daniel Ortega In Nicaragua, an event also brought together the Argentine ambassador to that country, Daniel Capitanich.

Images of missiles, armed people, battle tanks and an Israeli flag with the phrase “death to Israel” were also found on Ghasemi’s cellphone.

In the video file, experts found footage in which former forces commander Qasim Soleimani was seen with others. There are also parades of battle tanks, soldiers, combat movements, shelling and a special video in which former Quds Forces commander Qasim Suleimani is seen giving a speech.

The most valuable evidence against Ghasemi is the FBI report linking him to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Al-Quds Force (IRGC-QF) and Hezbollah. “The Al-Quds Force has long supported Hezbollah’s militia, paramilitary and terrorist activities, providing leadership, funding, weapons, intelligence and military support. The Al-Quds Forces run a training camp for Hezbollah in Lebanon’s Beqa Valley and are said to have trained more than 3,000 soldiers at the headquarters of the Revolutionary Guards in Iran.

The judge also noted that the pilot and Abdolbaset Mohamedi made at least 7 flights to Damascus (Syria). According to the FBI, these flights operated by the airline Fars Air Qeshm were used to smuggle weapons out of Iran.

evidence against the crew

Judge Villena decided to maintain the ban on leaving the country for 7 of the 19 crew members. The 12 others (an Iranian and eleven Venezuelans) will be able to return to their country of origin by regular flights because the status of the Boeing 747-300 held in Aziza since June 8 remains to be defined.

Among the crew members living in the country are pilots Gholmareza Ghasemi, Abdolbaset Mohamedi and three Venezuelans: Victor Perez Gómez (general manager of operations), Mario Arraga Urdaneta and mechanic Jose García Contreras. Regarding five of them, the judge said there were solid clues.

On the other hand, about two other Iranians, Saeed Wali Zadeh and Mohammad Khosraviragh, do not have precise indications, but the judge wants them to remain in the country until they have finished their expertise on the telephone and computing.