Press TV 
May 3, 2010
The Jundallah terror group threatens to bomb the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Tehran to protest the February arrest of their ringleader, Abdolmalek Rigi.
Iranian security forces captured Abdolmalek Rigi, the notorious ringleader of the Pakistan-based Jundallah terrorist organization, on February 23, while on a flight from Dubai to Kyrgyzstan.
Rigi and his terrorist clan have been behind numerous terrorist attacks, gangland-style murders, instances of armed robbery, kidnappings, acts of sabotage and bombings against Iranian security forces, officials and countless innocent civilians.
Four months following his arrest, members of the group have sent an email to the UNODC, warning that they would step up bomb attacks against its office in Tehran, the Tabnak news site reported on Sunday.
In the voluble email, the group accused the Iranian government of violating the ethnic rights of the Baluch minority, describing the operation in which Rigi was seized as an example of such violations.
The terrorists added that the UNODC would pay dearly for helping Tehran in the official campaign against Jundallah.
On a final note, the group issued death threats to the staff at UNODC, saying it has the personnel under close surveillance and, should it be deemed necessary, will not hesitate in putting them to death.