Navid Kamran Returned to Evin Prison by the End of His Furlough
HRANA News Agency – Navid Kamran, political prisoner in ward eight of Evin prison, returned to this prison by the end of his leave.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Navid Kamran, political prisoner in ward eight of Evin prison, returned to this prison by the end of his six-day leave, on February 12, 2017.
Mr. Kamran had been sent on a four-day leave which was extended for two more days by the prosecutor.
HRANA had previously reported that this political prisoner suffered from sensory and mobility nerves in his right leg and his right hand.
Navid Kamran, civil rights activist who had been imprisoned in 2009, 2010, 2011, also had been arrested on September 6, 2014, along with Arash Sadeghi, Golrokh Irai and Behnam Mousivand, by the Revolutionary Guards Intelligence Agents, at his workplace and was transferred to ward 2-A of the Revolutionary Guards in Evin prison. He was interrogated and persecuted. He was released on the bail after several days.
Mr. Kamran was later tried along with his co-defendants in a court without a fair trial standards, and was sentenced to one and a half years imprisonment by Judge Salvati for the charge of “propaganda against the regime” in 2015, which was reduced to one year by the court of appeal.
This civil activist was arrested at his workplace to serve his imprisonment, by the Revolutionary Guards Intelligence agents, on October 4, 2016, and was transferred to Evin prison.