Nahid Shirpisheh was sentenced to 5 years in prison
Ariyai Community News Agency – On Wednesday, September 30th, 1401, Branch One of the Revolutionary Court of Karaj, the capital of Alborz province, issued a writ and sentenced Nahid Shirpisheh to 5 years in prison.
According to Jamia Aryai news agency, in recent days, Nahid Shirpisheh, Poya Bakhtiari’s mother, one of the victims of the November 2018 protests, was sentenced to a total of 5 years in prison by the first branch of Karaj Revolutionary Court. Nahid Shirpisheh is currently in the women’s prison. Kechui prison in Karaj.
An informed source in this regard told Jamia Aryai news agency: “In the indictment issued by Branch 1 of the Karaj Revolutionary Court, Nahid Shirpisheh was sentenced to 5 years on charges of (gathering and collusion with the intention of disrupting the security of the country) and (propaganda activity against the regime).” Imprisonment has been sentenced.”
It should be noted that Nahid Shirpisheh is deprived of the right to access or sent to a specialized treatment center outside the prison due to his physical problems and is in a serious physical condition. And he is also deprived of the right to call
Nahid Shirpisheh, on July 20, 1401, following the violent attack of the security forces on his personal home after breaking the entrance door and searching and confiscating some personal belongings, he was arrested and transferred to the detention center of the Karaj Intelligence Department, and after going through the interrogation and clarification procedures On August 6, 1401, the charge was transferred to the women’s ward in Kechoi prison in Karaj
Also, due to the non-observance of the principle of separation of crimes in Kechoui Karaj prison, Nahid Shirpisheh was imprisoned among the prisoners for dangerous crimes and had been physically injured after a fight with one of the prisoners.
Nahid Shirbisheh was already arrested on April 17, 1400, along with his wife Manouchehr Bakhtiari and Tenni Chand, one of the families of the victims of the November 1399 protests, in Isfahan after the bus carrying them was stopped by the security forces, and on April 18, 1400, together with Manouchehr Bakhtiari were released