An indictment was issued for 10 of those arrested during the nationwide protests in Karaj
Aryai Community News Agency – The indictment of 10 men and women arrested during nationwide protests in Alborz province was issued and their cases were referred to Branch 1 of the Revolutionary Court of Alborz province.
According to the report of the Aryai community news agency, quoted by Mizan, today Saturday 21 November 1401, Hossein Fazli Harikandi, the Chief Justice of Alborz Province issued an indictment for 10 citizens arrested during nationwide protests in this province on security charges including (corruption). Fay al-Arz) and referring their case to Branch 1 of the Revolutionary Court of Alborz province.
The Chief Justice of Alborz province, while explaining the charges mentioned in the indictment issued by the General and Revolutionary Prosecutor’s Office of Alborz province, stated:Corruption on Earth by committing numerous crimes against the security of the country)Attacking the agents of the Basij and Faraja resistance forces and harming the physical integrity of people, which caused a severe disturbance in public order and insecurity in the country.)، (Assembly and collusion with the intention of committing crimes against the security of the country) و (Propaganda activity against the system through chanting)، (Publishing and republishing criminal content in cyber space) are some of the accusations of the defendants that are stated in the indictment.
According to the Chief Justice of Alborz Province: “The defendants of this case played a role in the martyrdom of Seyed Ruhollah Ajamian, a member of the Basij resistance, during the (disturbances) of November 12 in the Kamalshahr area of Karaj.”
It should be noted that the defendants in this case, who are in a group of 10 people, were arrested by the IRGC agents after the street protests that were held on November 12, 1401 in Alborz province.
In this report, the identity of the defendants in this case is not mentioned, and the word 10 men and women is used instead.
In the colloquial and written literature, the judicial and security officials of the current government of Iran call protesting citizens (disruptors) and protest gatherings (disturbances) in order to widen the scope of repression, killing and widespread arrest of citizens.
Also, (corruption on earth) is one of the accusations that can lead to the issuance of a verdict or death sentence against the defendants of this case.
Since the announcement of the death of Mehsa (Zina) Amini, a 22-year-old girl from Saqez city in the detention center of the security police in Tehran, there have been widespread protests regarding the performance of the guidance patrol in schools, universities and different cities of the country.
On September 31, 1401, Amnesty International reacted to the violent suppression of these protests by publishing a statement and called on the international community to take immediate action to confront the Iranian government.
Also, on November 4, 1401, Javed Rahman, the United Nations special rapporteur on human rights in Iran, presented his detailed report on the widespread suppression of these protests by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations General Assembly.
Human rights in Iran, on a daily basis these protests from the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 20th And the 1st and 22nd of these protest gatherings have been covered by the news.
Suppressing citizens and filing accusations based on the scenario of security agencies violates Article 19 of the Universal Declaration and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights approved on December 16, 1966.
The impossibility of access to a lawyer and the denial of access to other requirements in a judicial process violates Article 9 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 9 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights approved on December 16, 1966.
Also, people’s right to a fair trial by an impartial judge, interrogator, and investigator is one of the rights emphasized in Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
In Article 5 of the Criminal Procedure Law, it is emphasized on informing the accused as soon as possible about the alleged charges and providing the right of access to a lawyer and other defense rights mentioned in the law.