Motalleb Ahmadian Acquitted of the Charges in One of His Cases
HRANA News Agency – Motalleb Ahmadian, security prisoner in Sanandaj prison who had faced new charges after recent incidents in Sanandaj prison and was transferred to Saghez prison, was acquitted of the charges in this new case.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Motaleb Ahmadian was acquitted and will soon be transferred from Saghez to Sanandaj prison.
Previously Mr. Ahmadian was transferred to Saghez prison for a new case that had been opened for him.
An informed source told HRANA’s reporter, “It is said that a gun was found in Saghez prison and one of the prisoners had confessed that it belonged to Mr. Ahmadian. While he was being kept in Sanandaj prison and that could not possibly be true.”
Motaleb Ahmadian, 31, from Bane, was arrested on October 5, 2010 and after enduring about 230 days of solitary confinement, was charged with “Muharebe (waging war against god) through membership in Kurdish parties” and sentenced to 31 years of imprisonment and exile to Minab Prison; in a separate case he also faces the charge of complicity in murder which he has denied, and despite the lapse of 5 years he has not received any verdict concerning this case yet.