Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Iran: sentencing June 13, 2012

Humanrightslawyer Abdolfattah Soltani was in appeal sentenced to 13 years in prison.In March he was sentenced to 18 years in prison.Last year he was arrested and charged with endangering national security among other charges.

On the third anniversary of the disputed 2009 Iranian presidential election,6 prisoners were transferred to the Intelligence Ministry’s Ward 209 at Evin Prison.
Sources told International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that they are concerned about the way the intelligence forces may treat these prisoners.
Yesterday 50 political prisoners refused to appear at the visitation hall in protest to the treatment of prisoners at the prison. Subsequently Javad Alikhani, Bahman Ahmadi Amouee, Saeed Matinpour, Arash Saghar, Farshad Ghorbanpour and Saeed Jalalifar were brought to ward 209.
Since they all their finalized prison terms, this transfer is considered illegal.

>br /> Website Kaleme reports that imprisoned journalist Bahman Ahmadi Amouyee has been transported from Ward 350 from Evin prison to Rejai Shahr Prison in Karaj.
After the six prisoners were placed in solitary confinement, Amoyee was transferred in shackles to Rajaee Sharprison.

An Iranian photographer, Ebrahim Noroozi, photographed executions in Iran after the ban on public executions was lifted last year.The New York Times published a gallery of his photos with a short interview..


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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