HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Bagher Moradi who was arrested before in Saray-e Ghalam, was summoned to branch 26th of Tehran’s revolutionary court.
According to a report of Committee of Human Rights Reporters website, on April 16, 2013 Mohammad Bagher Moradi was summoned through a phone call by branch 26 of Tehran revolutionary court and he was given a subpoena to be present in court next week. Nevertheless he will be trialed on April 24, 2013 on charge of colluding and gathering in branch 26 of Tehran revolutionary court by judge Pirabbasi.
Four more of Saraye Ghalam arrested members who are Akbar Amini, Pezhman Zafarmand, Mohsen Ghashghaiezade and Mohammad Parsi were trialed on different occasions. Also on March 13, 2013 Ahmadreza Ahmadi was summoned to branch 1 of Tehran revolutionary court by the headship of judge Ahmadzadeh.
Akbar Amini was trialed on April 16, 2013 and Pezhman Zafarmand on April 15, 2013 in branch 15 of Tehran revolutionary court by judge Salevati on charge of colluding and gathering. On April 9, 2013 Mohsen Ghashghaiezade and Mohammad Parsi were trialed by judge Salevati; Mohsen on charge of colluding and gathering and Mohammad on charge of colluding, gathering and propaganda against the regime.
Security forces invaded the meeting of Saraye Ghalam on October 30, 2012 and arrested about 70 people but majority of them released and 17 of them including Mehdi Khaz Ali were transferred to Evin prison. Pezhman Zafarmand and Mehdi Karimi were arrested in a different operation by security police and were transferred to Evin prison as well.