"Infiltrating into the parties that aimed to participate in the election as well as infiltrating into the universities and union guilds were some of the plots that we were due to perform for the US forces and the Council of Kingdom," Mohammad Reza Zamani, a member of the anti-Iranian terrorist group 'Council of Kingdom', said during a second court hearing of those detained during Iran's recent post-election unrests.
Zamani reiterated that he and his team were responsible for infiltrating into the election headquarters of certain candidates for the 10th presidential election in Iran.
He also confessed that his liaison officers had given him formulas to make different types of bombs to be detonated in different public places across Iran.
Further, he confessed to his involvement in a bloody bomb blast at a religious center in the southern city of Shiraz in April 2008, which claimed 14 lives and wounded 200 more, saying that he had used the same formulas for making the bombs planted in the Hosseiniyeh Seyedoshohada.
Hosseiniyeh is a mosque-like religious center.
Stressing the role of the US in stoking insecurity in Iran, Zamani reiterated, "We received funds from the US and the office of the Council of Kingdom to continue our work and to make a living."
Iran last Saturday started trial of a large number of detainees with major roles in the country's post-election frenzy in which they confessed to their relations with certain foreign countries who contributed a role in fomenting unrests.
Iran has repeatedly accused the West of stoking post-election unrests, singling out Britain and the US for meddling.
During the first hearing session last week, 100 culprits, including, the head of former President Seyed Mohammad Khatami's Presidential Office Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Ali Abtahi and renowned reformist journalist Mohammad Atrianfar went on trial.
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