Imprisonment sentences for 2 student activists in Tabriz

HRANA News Agency – Amir Nazeri and Afshin Barzegar Jamshidi, the student activists of Tabriz University, have been sentenced to 6 months in prison, by judge Shokoohtazeh, in branch 104 of Tabriz criminal court.

 

Naghi Mahmoudi, the attorney lawyer, told to HRANA’s reporter: “These two student activists, align with Arash Mohammadi, had been arrested in a gathering in the evening of June 15, 2013 by IRGC and were released after two days, on a 10 million Toman bail”.

 

Meanwhile Arash Mohammadi was in captivity, these activists trial was carried out in branch 3 of Tabriz revolutionary court on July 10.

 

“That court sentenced Arash Mohammdi to 6 months in prison, on charge of collusion and propaganda against the government, and sent the cases of Amir Nazeri and Afshin Barzegar Jamshidi, who were alleged to disturbing public order, to branch 104 of Tabriz criminal court.” Said Naghi Mahmoudi.

 

These two student activists were summoned to the court on September 2, but judge Shokouhtazeh, after reviewing the file, announced that file is lacking information and re-examination session will be performed.

 

Nevertheless, the 6 months in prison which is suspended for 2 years, 30 lashes, and 200`000T fines sentence of Afshin Barzegar Jamshidi, is acquainted to him on September 16. After Amir Nazeri went to the court to follow his case, he got informed about his 6 months in prison, 30 lashes, and 200`000T fines sentence.

 

Needed to be said, Arash Mohammadi is currently passing his 6 months in jail sentence.

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