A political prisoner is sent to furlough

HRANA News Agency – Mohammad Amin Agoushi, the political prisoner of central prison of Zahedan, has been sent to furlough, following his hunger strike.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Mohammad Amin Agoushi, the 54 years retired teacher and habitant of Iranshahr, who had started his hunger strike on middle of March and sewn his lips, is sent to furlough.
This prisoner of central prison of Zahedan along with Iraj Mohammadi and Ahmad Pooladkhani were arrested in 2007 on charges of espionage for Iraqi Kurdistan regional government and fight against God’s will by cooperating with conflicting groups.
He had been transferred to central prison of Uremia after 7 months in solitary confinement. Then, he was sentenced to death by fire scout after a trial that was held in branch number two of military court.
The sentence was confirmed by Supreme Court, but the case again went into process in branch number one of military court and he and two other prisoners were sentenced to 10 years in Zahedan prison in exile.

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