Motaleb Ahmadian; Awaiting His Trial Since 5 Years Ago

HRANA News Agency – The court hearing for Motaleb Ahmadian, prisoner in Sanandaj prison, has not been held yet, even after more than five years of his detention and one of his cases still remains undecided.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Motaleb Ahmadian who has been transferred to Sanandaj prison from Saghez prison to be tried on the accusation of murder, despite the lapse of 5 years from the time of arrest, has not received the verdict yet.
The court hearing for this prisoner was supposed to be held on September 14th, but for unknown reasons, it did not take place and no new date has been set for the new trial.
Motaleb Ahmadian, 31, from Baneh, was arrested on 4th October 2010 and after 230 days of enduring detention and solitary confinement, on charges of waging war on God through his membership in the Kurdish parties, was sentenced to 31 years imprisonment and exile to Minab prison, he also has a separate case and is facing charges of involvement in a murder, that despite being under detention for more than five years, no verdict has been issued for it, the charge that he has denied instantly.
This prisoner is enduring the sixth year of his imprisonment in Sanandaj prison.

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