Hashmatollah Tabarzadi’s Trial Was Held in Tehran

HRANA News Agency – On August 31, Hashmatollah Tabarzadi’s trial was held at Branch 26 of Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by judge Ahmadzadeh.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), on August 31, Hashmatollah Tabarzadi’s trial was held at Branch 26 of Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by judge Ahmadzadeh.
Mr. Tabarzadi has been accused of “gathering and colluding and propaganda against the Islamic Republic of Iran” based on “statements, interviews, Human Rights Campaign, a campaign of free choice, livelihoods and solidarity campaigns for democracy and human rights,” which were announced as Mr. Tabarzadi’s activities, he remained silent as a sign of protest and answered: “Nor I will write anything, neither I will sign it.”
It should be mentioned that Mr. Tabarzadi was arrested in the street on May 17 and transferred to Evin prison. A day after his arrest Mr. Tabarzadi was in interrogation sessions, in Branch 2 of Shahid Moghadas court in Evin prison for 2 hours. He eventually was released from Evin prison on the bail of 2 billion IRR on July 13.
On the Last Wednesday Night Celebration, “Charshanbeh Souri”, a summoning letter was sent to Mr. Tabarzadi’s home by the Evin Court. He refused to take it and the summoning officers had announced that he was not at home.
It is to remind that Mr. Tabarzadi was released after nearly five and a half years imprisonment by applying Article 134 and integration of charges from Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj on June 30, 2015.
Hashmatollah Tabarzadi is the Secretary of the Democratic Front of Iran and has a number of arrests and more than 10 years imprisonment in his case. He was arrested at noon on December 28, 2008 and was sentenced to 9 years imprisonment.
This journalist had been previously the director of some publications such as “Payame Daneshjo”, “Nedaye Daneshjo”, “Hoviate Khish” and “Gozareshe Rooz”.

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