Wednesday, September 18, 2019 03:42

financial fraud

Lawyer of former vice president says verdict reached

Former Iranian vice president Mohammadreza Rahimi has received the court’s verdict in the matter of financial fraud charges, according to his lawyer. » read more

Former vice president slams prosecutor

Mohammadreza Rahimi has slammed Iran’s Prosecutor General for publicly announcing the details of the embezzlement court proceedings against Rahimi before those details have been confirmed. » read more

Former vice president Rahimi fined, sentenced

Iran's prosecutor general says former vice president Mohammadreza Rahimi has been fined and sentenced to jail. No details of the jail term were released. » read more

Iranian businessman released, faces corruption trial in Turkey

Reza Zarrab, an Iranian businessman, is the prime suspect in the financial corruption case in Turkey involving several senior government officials. » read more

Oil minister reveals extent of financial frauds

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh has written on his Facebook page that his ministry has been dealing with financials frauds totaling more than four trillion rials. » read more

Two MPs acquitted in historic Iranian bank fraud

The head of Parliament’s Legal Commission has announced that the two MPs accused of involvement in the $3-billion bank fraud have been acquitted of the charges against them. » read more

Unprecedented fraud case yields four death sentences

The Tehran Prosecutor General has confirmed the death sentence for four of the people accused in Iran’s $3-billion fraud case. » read more

Women on trial in great fraud case

Four female suspects stood accused Sunday in the seventh trial session dealing with Iran’s $3-billion bank fraud. » read more

Historic fraud trial begins

Suspects in Iran’s $3-billion bank fraud went on trial today, with prime suspect Mah Afarid Amir Khosravi accused of being a “corruptor on the earth” – a charge that can carry the death penalty. » read more

Most Iranians say huge fraud is government's fault

Iran’s Auditor General says 75 percent of the people hold the government responsible for the recent $3-billion bank fraud. » read more