Reported by PMOI/MEK
Iran, July 3, 2019 - The plundered customers of the Caspian financial institution held a protest gathering in front of the prosecutor's office in Tehran on Monday. The protesters were chanting slogans that exposed the complicity of regime officials and institutions in stealing their investments.
Caspian is one of the many investment firms affiliated to the Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) and Iranian regime officials that have stolen billions of dollars' worth of investors’ money. The past few years have seen constant protests by the customers of these credit institutions.
Tehran-The plundered customers held a protest gathering
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