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>On August 27, 1979, Bahrami learned that a judge he knew would be trying a group of Kurdish militants the following day at the Sanandaj airport. In a 30-minute trial, 11 prisoners were charged with crimes of firearm trafficking, murder, and inciting riots, and were sentenced to death. The men were blindfolded and led outside to the airfield, where they were lined up several meters from their executioners. Razmi was unhindered by security forces, allowing him to stand behind the rightmost executioner and photograph the killings.
The rolls were then delivered to the offices of Ettela’at, where the chief editor decided to publish it anonymously; UPI then ordered a copy, and it was succesful enough to receive the 1980 Pulitzer Prize.
last guy looks like he doesnt want to shoot