Sunday, May 02, 2010

Iran: sentences

Ali Nejati, the chairman of the council of Haft Tapeh Sugar Cane Company Workers’ Syndicate, who was sentenced to six months in Dezful prison for soliciting and defending the workers’ rights of Haft Tapeh Laborers,is summoned to appear May 19 at the Revolutionary Court of Shoosh.
His release is May 12.
He and his collegues , Fereydoun Nikfard, Jalil Ahmadi, Ghorban Alipour and Mohamad Heydari Mehr, were sentenced to 6 months in prison for propaganda against the regime and spreading false accusations.
Nejati has to defend himself again for the same charges although he had already served imprisonment terms accordingly.
source: streetjournalist.

International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran reports that again two postelection protestors are sentenced to death.An appeals court in Tehran upheld a death sentence for Jafar Kazemi and Mohammad Ali Haj Aghaee.
According to Iranian Judiciary officials, at least 11 protestors have been sentenced to death by lower courts, and the appeals courts appear to be confirming the majority of these sentences despite the absence of evidence against defendants.
The Campaign identified seven protestors on death row Mohammad Amin Valian 20, Abdolreza Ghanbari, 47, Motahareh Bahrami and Mohsen Daneshpour Moghaddam (husband and wife) and their son Ahmad Daneshpour, together with two of their friends, Rayhaneh Haj Ebrahim and Hadi Ghaemi.

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In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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