Two of Sunni prisoners have been transferred to an unknown location

HRANA News Agency – Kaveh Veisi and Mokhtar Rahimi the two of Sunni prisoners who are sentenced to death in Rajaie Shahr prison of Karaj have been transferred to an unknown location since Sunday morning.

 

According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Kaveh Veisi and Mokhtar Rahimi imprisoned in hall No. 10 of Rajaie Shahr priosn have been transferred to unknown location on September 29, 2013. 

 

These two Sunni prisoners are imprisoned since 2009 and sentenced to execution in branch 28 of Tehran revolutionary court by judge Ahmad Moqayeseie.

 

Kaveh -Khaled- Veisi was arrested on April 16, 2009 and Mokhtar Rahimi on October 19 of the same year.

 

One of the Sunni prisoners of Rajaie Shahr prisoner told HRANA reporter “Kaveh Veisi were in solitary confinement cell in Sanandaj intelligence office for 36 months and Mokhtar Rahimi for 28 months in both Sanandaj and Zanjan intelligence office solitary confinement cells.”

 

“The Sunni prisoners resisted in the beginning to not let authorities to transfer Kaveh and Mokhtar but the prison authorities made it happen by force. We have no idea where they have been transferred and as both of them have been sentenced to execution, our concern is around their verdict enforcement.”

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