Mohammad Mahdavifar Sentenced to 2 Years in a New Case

Posted on: 28th April, 2018
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Mohammad Mahdavifar

HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Mahdavifar from Aran and Bidgol who was arrested by security forces in Mashhad on January 14, 2018 and was transferred to Isfahan Central Prison to serve his imprisonment, was sentenced to two years imprisonment and fine of 40 million IRR in another case on charge of publishing lies with the aim of disturbing public opinion by Branch 102 of the Criminal court in Aran and Bidgol.

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Mohammad Mahdavifar, civil activist, was again sentenced to two years imprisonment in on charge of publishing lies with the aim of disturbing public opinion.

Branch 102 of the Criminal court in Aran and Bidgol sentenced Mr. Mahdavifar to two years imprisonment and fine of 40 million IRR in a new case.

The civil activist who had previously been sentenced to three years imprisonment and four years of exile to the city of Sarbaz on charges of propaganda against the regime and insulting the leader was acquitted of insulting Ayatollah Khomeini and sentenced to two years imprisonment by removing the charge of insulting to leader by branch 18 of the appeals court in Isfahan. He was arrested by security forces in Mashhad on January 14, 2018 and was transferred to Isfahan Central Prison to serve his imprisonment.

It should be noted that this civilian activist was interrogated in Aran and Bidgol (instead of parallel Branch of interrogators in Kashan) after composing a 32-bit called “alphabet” and reading it at the literary associations of Kashan in 2014.

Mr. Mahdavifar was sentenced to one year imprisonment on charge of “publishing falsehoods” for the case created in 2015 in Branch 105 of the Criminal 2 of judiciary in Kashan.

Finally, branch 23 of the Appeal Court of Isfahan Province, headed by Hamid Reza Amani, reduced his one-year prison sentence to 10 months of imprisonment by modifying the charges of “publishing lies” to “propaganda against the state” and changed his punishment to a fine of thirty million IRR by “complying sub-article B of article 33 of the law”.

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