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Arash Mohammadi is sentenced to 6 months of prison

Posted on: 21st July, 2013
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Amir Nazeri Arash Mohammadi is a student activist from Tabriz, Iran.

HRANA News Agency – The third branch of the revolutionary court of Tabriz has sentenced Arash Mohammadi, the leftist arrested student, to 6 months of prison.

 

Naghi Mahmoudi, the attorney lawyer said to HRANA: “he and two other student activists had been tried on July 10, 2013 in the third branch of the revolutionary court of Tabriz by Judge Bagher Pour on charge of propaganda against the regime.”

 

Arash Mohammadi and his brother had been arrested once on November 3, 2011 and he sentenced to 1 year of prison after 66 years of being under arrest. He was arrested on September 15, 2012 to serve his prison verdict and was released on parole on January 10, 2013. So now he has to serve the remained 6 months of the previous verdict which makes him to stay for 1 year in the prison.

 

In the trial of July 10th the working time was finished so Amir Nazeri will be tried once more the date of which is not clear yet.

 

Ghader Najjari, the assistant prosecutor on duty in Tabriz Central Prison is not allowing Arash Mohammadi to move from the ward of financial crimes to the ward which is called workshop and the political prisoners are kept in.

 

Arash Mohammadi and Amir Nazeri, the student activists, were arrested by the IRGC intelligence agents in Tabriz on June 15, 2013.

 

Amir Nazeri has been released on the bail after 2 days but Arash Mohammadi is still under arrest in Tabriz prison.

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