According to this story in the Wall Street Journal, relatives who want to collect the remains of their murdered kin from the morgue are being asked to pay a “bullet fee” before they will release the corpse of their relatives so they can bury them.
A $3000 bullet fee.
Where he was shot in the head.
As the story unfolds, we learn that the morgue charging the bullet fee finally waived the requirement when Kevan’s parents explained that the sum total of their possessions didn’t add up to $3000, and that the father was a veteran of the Iran-Iraq War.
So they let them take their son’s body on condition that they not bury him in
Funerals, I take it, are bit of an embarrassment for the Iranian government these days.