3 Sunni Prisoners still Kept in Solitary Confinement

HRANA News Agency – Because of protesting against the judge who had shown up in Rajai Shahr Prison, three Sunni prisoners were sentenced to seven days of solidarity confinement.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Kaveh Veissie, Kaveh Sharifi and Jamal Ghaderi, three Sunni prisoners of Hall 12, following the protest against the insults of Judge Zare, were sentenced to seven days in solidarity.
These three prisoners were transferred to solidarity confinement on June 20th.
But despite remaining for 17 days in solidarity confinement so far, they have not been taken back to the public ward yet.
A closed source to the prisoners in a conversation with HRANA’s reporter said; “These three Sunni civilians had requested to correct the dates of arrest in the statement but the Judge insulted them and they answered back, that’s why they have been taken to solitary confinements.”

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