HRANA News Agency – After three and half years of detention of the Malek Mohammad Abadian’s family in Sistan and Baluchistan, the revolutionary court of Zahedan is denying to release them on the bail, although the Supreme Court has cancelled the death sentence.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), Zahedan’s judiciary is refusing to release the Abadian family on the bail, despite the promises and freedom of the others. Malek Mohammad Abadian is currently imprisoned in Zahedan prison along with his two sons. Continue reading “Malek Mohmmad Abadian; under Detention for 3 and Half Years”
HRANA News Agency – After more than 3 years in solitary confinement and prison and despite the overturn of death penalty of family members of Malek Mohammad Abadian by the Supreme Court and despite the repeated promises, Court of Zahedan refuses to release the family on the bail.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Nasrin Abadian, this family’s girl, by announcing this issue, told HRANA: “The Supreme Court, due to lack of evidence and the fact that the confession was under torture, overturned the death penalty. Also the family of Molavi Jangi Zehi has said that they had no complaints against our parents, and local dignitaries testified about their innocence by a petition, and the authorities had also promised their freedom, however, sabotage and infiltrations by the security agents has been an obstacle to their freedom.” Continue reading “A Report about Malek Mohammad Abadian’s Family’s Situation”
HRANA News Agency – Iran’s Supreme Court has revoked the sentences for six Sunni prisoners, four of whom were awaiting execution, after admitting that there was ‘insufficient evidence’.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA), the Supreme Court admitted that there was insufficient evidence to uphold the convictions of the men, who had been charged with ‘Moharabeh [enmity against God] and acting against national security through involvement in the assassination of Mustafa Jang Zehi [a pro-regime cleric]‘. Continue reading “Iran’s Supreme Court Revokes Sentences for Six Sunni Prisoners”