The term "bullies and hooligans" is being used by many people these days – from police commanders to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad – but it is still vague for many legal experts.
Ahmadinejad said that in order to distance the bullies and hooligans from society, they should be taken to the [uranium] mine of Kavir Desert to carry out forced labor, "in order to turn them into human beings." -- BBC Persian TV via MEMRI
“These individuals will not be trained in any way at these camps. Rather, they will be punished by being subjected to hard and intensive labor,” the mullahs’ State Security Forces (SSF) chief, Brig. Gen. Esmaeil Ahmadi Moghaddam, announced in a separate news conference. -- source
Kavīr Desert, Iran. Photo by Harrison Forman.
June 23 update: Judicial officials announced that a special court is being created to try demonstrators and that anyone continuing to protest [the presidential election] would be "considered a threat" and arrested.-- Foreign Policy
[Wondering if being "considered a threat" is worse than being "bullies and hooligans"? And I thought our legal system was flawed!]