Motaleb Ahmadian Returned to Sanandaj Prison

HRANA News Agency – Motaleb Ahmadian, political prisoner who had been transferred to an unknown location from Sanandaj prison, was returned from Saghez prison, after completion of the investigations, on Saturday.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Motaleb Ahmadian had been unexpectedly transferred to an unknown location from Sanandaj prison, last week, and being unaware of his fate, had concerned his family. He finally, was returned to Sanandaj prison, on Saturday.
It is reported that Mr. Ahmadian had been transferred to Saghez prison without prior notice, to address alleged involvement in a murder.
Despite being under detention since 5 years ago, he has not received any sentence yet and remains in condition of uncertainty.
Motaleb Ahmadian, 31, from Baneh, was arrested on October 5, 2010, and after about 230 days in solitary confinement, on the charge of combat through membership in Kurdish parties, was sentenced to 31 years imprisonment and exile to Minab prison. He also, has a separate case, and is facing the charge of involvement in homicide, the charge that he has denied.

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