Two Detained Students Transferred to Orumieh Prison
HRANA News Agency – Ebrahim Moradi and Matin Khaledi are two students who were arrested in January protests and transferred to the Orumieh prison after completing the interrogation process. They have been charged with spreading propaganda against the regime and are currently being held at the Youth Ward of the Central Prison of Orumieh.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Ebrahim Moradi and Matin Khaledi are two students who were arrested in late December last year.
Ebrahim Moradi, son of Abdullah from village of Nelass of Sardasht and a biology student, was detained by the IRGC’s Intelligence agents on December 30, 2017 and after 16 days in solitary confinement of the IRGC’s Intelligence and completing the interrogation process; he was transferred to the Central Prison of Orumieh, on January 15, 2018.
Matin Khaledi, son of Kamal al-Din, from Baneh and resident of Orumieh is another detained student.
He was arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence agents on December 29, 2017, and was transferred to the Central Prison of Orumieh after being subjected to 6 days of interrogation and enduring solitary confinement at the Ministry of Intelligence detention center, on January 4, 2018.