Mohammad Sadigh Kaboodvand returned to ward 350
HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Sadigh Kaboodvand who was beaten and transferred to solitary confinement and later on to prison clinic, following the “Black Thursday”, was returned to ward 350 on May 5.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Mohammad Sadigh Kaboodvand was transferred to solitary confinement from room 3, ward 350, and then he was taken to prison clinic. Eventually, he was returned to ward 350 while despite a lapse of time, there is still bruises on his right arm, ribs and left foot toes injuries.
A source who requested anonymity told HRANA: “In response to his request for transfer to general ward, clinic doctors said, because of massive bruises on his body it is impossible to transfer him to the general ward.”
Mohammad Sadigh Kaboodvand, president of Human Rights Organization of Kurdistan, was arrested on July 1, 2007, and sentenced to endure 10 years and 6 months imprisonment by Iran Revolutionary court.