Siamak Mirzaee Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison and 2 Years Exile

HRANA News Agency – Siamak Mirzaee, security prisoner in Evin Prison, was sentenced to 10 years in prison and two years of exile to Tabas.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Public and Revolutionary Court in Baharestan in Tehran, presided by Judge Hasani, sentenced Siamak Mirzaee Turkish (Azeri) activist to 10 years in prison and two years of exile to Tabas on charge of “forming an illegal group with the aim of disrupting the national security.”
This sentence was issued while based on a 6-page verdict which was delivered to the lawyer of Mr. Mirzaee, no evidence has been provided to prove his charge.
“Belief to establish a federal system, the struggle for free elections without fraud on the basis of international standards, defending the right of education in native language for all oppressed nationalities in Iran and having books and articles in the field of ethnic studies in the personal library,” were the evidences which the judge considered as “destructive and actions against the Islamic Republic of Iran.”
This verdict accused him of “ethnic hatred”.
Mr. Mirzaee was graduated in livestock production engineering and is one of the starred students who were banned of education in 2010, who had been arrested by the security forces at his workplace and was transferred to ward 209 of Evin prison on July 14.
On November 12, Siamak Mirzaee had been transferred to the quarantine of general ward from ward 209 of Evin prison after 4 months and is still being held there.
He had previously also been arrested by security forces and was tried by the relevant judicial authorities in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2011.

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