Koorosh Zaim Received His Verdict in the Prison
HRANA News Agency – The verdict of Koorosh Zaim, political activist and member of central council of National Front of Iran, was notified. He previously was arrested to serve the sentence and was transferred to ward 8 of Evin prison.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), the verdict of Koorosh Zaim, political activist and member of central council of National Front of Iran, was notified to him.
A close source to the political prisoner announced the news and told in an interview with HRANA’s reporter: “This verdict was notified to him in prison and has not been sent to his lawyer.”
Koorosh Zaim was sentenced to one year in prison by Judge Salavati in branch number 15 of the revolutionary court on charge of propaganda against the regime.
Koorosh Zaim, author, translator and member of central council of National Front of Iran has multiple arrests and imprisonments on his record.
Previously judge Mashallah Ahadzadeh of branch number 14 of the revolutionary court of Tehran, had sentenced him to suspended three years in prison and 5 years deprivation from political activities, on charges of acts against the national security, propaganda against the regime, and accumulation of number of arrests in 1982, 2006, 2009 and 2010, but due to his age the sentence was postponed for 5 years.
The political activist was transferred to hall number 10 in ward number 8 of Evin prison. He had been arrested and transferred to Evin prison in order to serve his sentence.
This writer and researcher has published many books such as, “Khood Amooz Sakhteman” (self-learner of building), mathematics, “Rahbord Zendemani” (approach to life) and some historical books including, “Bozorgan Kashan” (Kashan’s idols), “Zist Energy” (Energy of livelihood), “Emperatoori Shoravi be Koja Miravad?” (Where is the Soviet empire going to?), “Tarikhche Jebhe Meli az Paydayesh ta 28 Mordad” (the history of National Front, from the beginning till August 18). He also has translated some books, including “Freedom and Responsibilities” by Karl Popper.