Authorities Prevent Jahandar Mohammadi From Having Parole Or Furlough

HRANA News Agency – Despite the legal status, Jahandar Mohammadi’s request for furlough and parole had been rejected in the tenth year of his imprisonment in Sanandaj prison. Jahandar Mohammadi was arrested in 2006 and was sentenced to 16 years on charge of Muharebeh.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Jahandar Mohammadi from Sanandaj was arrested in May 2006 by the ministry of intelligence. He was transferred to Evin prison first and then after seventeen days was sent to the Ministry of Intelligence in Sanandaj.
Jahandar Mohammadi was charged with Muharebeh by working with the Kurdish parties, and eventually was sentenced to 16 years imprisonment.
Under the penal code Mr. Mohammadi has the legal conditions of parole after enduring more than half of his imprisonment sentence.
This 46-year-old prisoner has been sent on furlough just once during this period of time and is now on the verge of entering the eleventh year of imprisonment in Sanandaj prison.

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