Mehdi Tahaghoghi Arrested to Serve One Year in Prison in Exile
HRANA News Agency – Mehdi Tahaghoghi, member of the Iranian reformist party Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution, was arrested in his home by security forces to serve his one year in prison verdict in exile, yesterday.
According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), quoted from Kalame, Mehdi Tahaghoghi, member of the Iranian reformist party Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution – Official of former president Mohammad Khatami, was arrested by security forces and sent to prison.
He was arrested first time on 24 Feb 2011 and was released on 18 Apr 2011 on $300,00 bail after being held in solitary confinement for months and being interrogated.
He was threatened to be exiled in worst city by intelligence officers for not cooperating in and interrogations.
Mehdi Tahaghoghi was sentenced to six year in prison exiled to Zahedan city, but was changed to one year in prison exiled to Khorasan by Supreme Court.