Various Security Charges Put on Mahmoud Masoumi
HRANA News Agency – The interrogation of Mahmoud Masoumi, one of detainees in front of Dena building, was held in Shahid Moghadas Court in Evin prison. The investigator has put various security charges on him and announced that his trial date and branch will be determined and held, soon.
According to the report of Human Rights Activists News Agency in Iran (HRANA), Mahmoud Masoumi was informed about his charges by the investigator of Branch three of Shahid Moghadas Court in Evin prison on February 11, 2017.
Mr. Masoumi has been accused of “gathering and colluding to act against the national security, through the interests and communicating with an opposition group outside the country, propaganda against the regime, insulting religious sanctities and supporting Shahin Najafi, insulting the founder of the Islamic Republic and the supreme leader.”
The investigator of the branch has announced that his trial date and branch will be determined and held, soon.
It should be noted that a number of supporters of Mohammad Ali Taheri, founder of Erfan Halgheh, were arrested in a gathering in front of Dena Tiers building, on Tuesday, May 12, 2016. Mahmoud Masoumi is one of these detainees who was transferred to Great Prison of Tehran (Fashavieh), in his first session of investigation in Shahid Moghadas Court in Evin prison on Saturday May 14, 2016, despite the bail issued for his freedom.
Mahmood Masoumi, 21, from Gonbad Kavous, aircraft mechanic student at the University of Saha, was transferred from Great Tehran prison to his second session of investigation at Shahid Moghadas Court in Evin, on May 17, 2016, and then was transferred to ward 2-A of the Revolutionary Guards, in Evin prison with a detention warrant for two months.
Mr. Masoumi was transferred again to the Great Tehran prison (Fashavieh) for unknown reasons on June 6, 2016, and eventually, on June 13, was released from this prison on the bail of 2 billion IRR until his trial.
This civil activist was summoned to the Revolutionary Guards Intelligence office, later on September 6, 2016.