Female Supporters of Mohammad Ali Taheri Beaten and Charged in Evin Court
HRANA News Agency – On December 13, a group of female supporters of Mohammad Ali Taheri, were arrested after voluntarily submitting themselves to Evin prison for three times and were charged with “disturbing public order”. They protested against their charges and exile after being transferred to the prison in Rey (Gharchak) and were beaten by the prison officers.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), a group of supporters of Mohammad Ali Taheri voluntarily submitted themselves to Evin prison on December 13, 15 and 17.
24 of 41 detained people who were arrested were women and were transferred to the prison in Rey (Gharchak) after being charged with “disturbing the public order” in the third branch of Evin court.
They protested against their charges and were beaten by the prison officers and kept in quarantine.
A close source to these people told HRANA’s reporter, “They submitted themselves to the prison after collecting their personal belongings, but they were charged with disturbing the public order. They protested against their charges by knocking to the quarantine’s door but were beaten by the prison officers.”
The source told at the end: “Two of the detainees who were beaten were in critical condition who became better.”
HRANA released the list of 41 supporters of Mohammad Ali Taheri who were arrested after voluntarily submitting themselves to Evin prison.