Majid Moghadam Summoned to Serve His Sentence of 3 Years
HRANA News Agency – Majid Abedinzadeh Moghadam, civil activist and one of the witnesses of Kahrizak detention center, was summoned to serve for his sentence of 3 years imprisonment.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Majid Abedinzadeh Moghadam, was summoned to serve his sentence by branch 2 of the law-enforcement office in Evin prison.
Majid Moghadam was arrested in December 2014 and by the first court was sentenced to 6 years imprisonment. His case was referred to Branch 39 of the Court of Appeal and his sentence was reduced to 3 years.
“Protesting against the result of the Presidential Election in 2009”, “Meeting with the families of the killed in 2014”, “Supporting political prisoners and visiting them”, “Recounting the incidents in Kahrizak in the interviews with free presses”, are some of the reasons of this civil activist’s conviction.
Majid Moghadam had been arrested by the plainclothes forces after the presidential election in 2009 and was taken to the Kahrizak detention. In a video interview he testified in detail about this experience, an issue that was not unrelated to his rearrests.