3 Political Prisoners Tried in Tehran Revolutionary Court
HRANA News Agency – Reza Shahabi, Kamran Ayazi and Omid Zareinejad, were tried for charge of propaganda against the regime which was alleged to them after the events on 17th April (Guards’ riot to ward 350) at branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), on 15th February, a trial was held for accusation of propaganda against the regime, against Reza Shahabi, Kamran Ayazi and Omid Zareinejad, at branch 26 of Revolutionary Court, presided by Judge Ahmadzadeh.
During the hearing, Reza Shahabi was known as the prime suspect in this case, who did not attend the court. The second row and third row suspect, were Kamran Ayazi (from Rajai Shahr prison, in Karaj) and Omid Zareinejad (from ward 7 of Evin prison) respectively.
This accusation against these 3 political prisoners which has come up following new alleges right after Thursday 17th of April, which is known as Black Thursday, can cause up to one year-imprisonment-sentence.