4 death row prisoners are transferred to an unknown location

Posted on: 6th November, 2013
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Abdulamir Khanafereh

HRANA News Agency – Abdulamir Khanafereh, Ghazi Abbasi, Abdulamir Mojdami and Jasem Moghadampanah were transferred to an unknown location, Sunday at 12 o’clock in the afternoon.

 

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), four Arab citizens of Shadegan town, who have been sentenced to death by revolutionary court, are transferred to an unknown location.

 

Local human right activists are concerned about transferring these prisoners to an unknown location, as carrying out of their execution in secrecy is probable.

 

According to primary sentence of branch number one of Ahwaz revolutionary court, governed by the judge Ali Farhadvand, 7 of the citizens of Fallahiyeh (Shadegan) town were put on trial in October 2012, on charge of “denying God and corruption on land”, in which 4 of them were sentenced to death and three others were sentenced to life prison. These sentences were confirmed by Supreme Court, with governance of Judge Reza Farajollahi, on February 13, 2013.

 

Last week, after sudden transfer of Habibollah Golpouri, his execution had been performed. At the meantime, one prisoner in Salmas, and 8 Balouch political prisoners were executed by the order of Balouchestan court.

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