A Civil Rights Activist Summoned to the Court of Marivan

HRANA News Agency – Dana Lenjabadi, a resident of Marivan, according to prosecutors subpoena issued by Branch one of Marivan court, attended the court and was released temporarily on a bail. He had been released recently after enduring a 20-month long imprisonment sentence.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Dana Lenjabadi, according to a summons issued by Branch one of the court in Marivan, attended the court and was arrested on charge of “propaganda against the regime”.

He was released on bail until his trial.

A close source to Mr. Lenjabadi told HRANA’s reporter: “This case was opened with the complaints by the Intelligence Office on accusation of propaganda against the regime through supporting Kolbaran in cyberspace and attending the rally to protest against Iraqi fuel tankers’ traffic in this city”.

This source highlighted that: “Mr. Lenjabadi had been released recently, after 20 months of imprisonment, which he served on charge of propaganda and disturbing the public order”.

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