14 Civil Rights Activists Acquitted in the Court of Ardabil

Posted on: 22nd February, 2017
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Ali Kheirjo

HRANA News Agency – Fourteen civilians from Ardabil who due to lighting candles for the victims of Tabriz-Mashhad train accident had been prosecuted by the police, were acquitted by emphasis on the lack of sufficient evidences for the accusations in branch twelve of General and Revolutionary Courts in Ardabil.

According to a report by Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), according to the verdict of branch twelve of General and Revolutionary Courts in Ardabil, Mohammad Jollani, Mohammad Khakpour, Saeed Sadeghifar, Morteza Parvin, Tohid Amir Amini, Mehdi Hoshmand, Meysam Jollani, Asgar Akbarzade, Ali Kheirjo, Ali Vaseghi, Hamid Adib, Bahram Noien, Mosa Sori and Mustafa Parvin, were acquitted due to insufficient evidences of the charge of propaganda against the system by lighting candles for the victims of Tabriz-Mashhad train accident.

Also Asgar Akbarzade, Ali Kheirjo, Meysam Jollani, Mohammad Jollani, Morteza Parvin, Mustafa Parvin, Saeed Sadeghifar, Bahram Noien, Tohid Amir Amini, Ali Vaseghi, Mosa Sori, Mehdi Hoshmand were acquitted due to insufficient evidence on charge of “publishing dissident military documents and sites in cyberspace” due to publishing their summons as well as insulting the judicial authorities and the police and propaganda against the regime.

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