Mohammad Amin Agoushi Sent to Furlough
HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Amin Agoushi, security prisoner of central prison of Tabriz was sent to a 7-day furlough.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Mohammad Amin Agoushi, security prisoner of Tabriz prison was sent to a 7-day furlough.
Need to be mentioned, Mohammad Amin Agoushi was arrested on September 23, 2007, with the allegation of espionage in favor of Kurdistan Minority Regime. He was interrogated for 7 months in solitary confinements of Ramazan Headquarters of Intelligence Service in Uremia. He was released after 8 months on a bail of 1500 million IRR which was issued by the general attorney Mr. Baghban, in branch number 2 of military court.
He had his court hearing in branch number 2 of military court of Uremia in April 2007 where Judge Samimi and chairperson of the court session Hafez Ghafari, charged him with belligerence, and sent him to the central prison of Uremia. After 4 months in prison and having 5 court sessions, Mr. Hafez Ghaffari announced his sentence as “death by fire squad”.
After request for appeal, the case was processed in branch number 31 of the Supreme Court, where Judge Mohammad Salimi confirmed the sentence, with referral to article number 109 of constitution.
In 2010, the case was sent for retrial to branch number 31 of the Supreme Court and the execution sentence by fire squad was reduced to 10 years in prison in exile.
He was transferred to central prison of Zahedan in 2012, and after one year he was sent to furlough.
Mohammad Amin Agoushi was transferred from Zahedan to Tabriz prison last March, and currently is being kept in ward number 12 of armed forces’ section of Tabriz prison.