Iran Protests: Siamak Davoodi Sentenced to Three Years in Prison

The Sanandaj Revolutionary Court sentenced Siamak Davoodi to three years in prison. He was arrested at his workplace amid nationwide protests.

According to HRANA, the news agency of Human Rights Activists, quoting Kurdpa, Siamak Davoodi was sentenced to three years in prison for “assembly and collusion against national security.”

On October 27, 2022, security forces arrested Davoodi at his workplace in Sanandaj and took him to a detention facility at the disposal of the Ministry of Intelligence. He was released on bail on January 21, 2023.

Since the beginning of nationwide protests, over 19620 people, including journalists, artists, lawyers, teachers, students and civil rights activists, have been arrested. So far, over protests, at least 777 people have been sentenced to a total of about 14063 months imprisonment.