Hundreds of Detainees of Recent Protests Transferred to Hamedan Prison
HRANA News Agency – At least 39 detainees of recent protests in Asadabad and Tuyserkan in Hamedan province, were transferred to Hamedan prison. These detainees are held in the quarantine of the central prison of Hamadan and many of them have been charged with serious allegations, including corruption on earth and Muharebeh.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), at least 39 detainees of recent protests in Asadabad and Tuyserkan in Hamedan province, were transferred to Hamadan prison.
They were transferred to the quarantine ward of Hamedan Prison after the end of the interrogation at the security detention centers of Intelligence Ministry and IRGC.
Among them, 35 prisoners were arrested regarding recent protests in Asadabad and have been accused of “corruption on earth”.
In addition, four other prisoners were arrested regarding recent protest in Tuyserkan and have been accused of Muharebeh.
The popular protests in Hamadan province included the peaceful protests that had been drawn to violence and at least 3 to 6 people were killed in the Tuyserkan.
The allegations against 39 detainees are very serious and can lead to death sentences.
The reports also indicate that an unknown number of detainees are underway at the interrogation stage in other detention centers.
The names of the detainees will be notified in future reports.
The families of the detainees are under pressure from security institutions for not talking with human rights organizations and the media.