According to (Vocir) a young prisoner who was convicted was executed by hanging in public.
According to Iran Human Rights(Iran hr)”Milad Khodaverdi” who was charged with the murder of Mrs “Mehri Malamiri”arrested on April 2013.
Milad was under 18 years of age at the time of the murder,A local source who requested anonymity said the Iran Human Rights,but this is the time this is not confirmed by the IHR.
The Islamic Republic News Agency(IRNA) Confirmed the news 20 years old Milad had killed Mehri in Kojour area one of the farms April 2013, Ali Akbar Alizadeh Chief Justice city of Nowshahr said.
The Iranian authorities should respect the right to freedom of expression, including in the defence of human rights, as articulated in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the UN Declaration on the Right and Responsibility of Individuals, Groups and Organs of Society to Promote and Protect Universally Recognized Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
Some Iranian officials have attempted to justify killing juvenile offenders by terming these killings “retribution” and not “execution.” According to Judiciary spokesperson Alireza Jamshidi, “In [Iranian] law we don’t have execution (‘edam) for persons under 18 years of age; what we have in the laws for persons between 15 to 18 is the issue of retribution (qesas).” In Islamic law, “retribution” for murder is the death penalty. Family members of a murder victim may pardon or accept compensation in lieu of execution, but they are not required to do so. Iranian law currently allows the death penalty – for “retribution” for murder and for other crimes – to be imposed on girls as young as nine, and boys from the age of 15, lunar years. A child younger than this could also be sentenced to death if the judge in the case considers that he or she has reached puberty.