Jamia Aryai News Agency – The indictment of Sepideh Reshnou, a citizen who protested against the mandatory hijab in the BRT bus incident, was served by Branch 26 of the Tehran Islamic Revolution Court. This citizen was previously charged by Tehran’s General and Revolutionary Prosecutor’s Office and with the issuance of an indictment, his case was referred to the aforementioned branch.
According to the report of the Aryaei news agency, citing Mehr, the indictment of Sepideh Reshnou, a citizen protesting against the mandatory hijab, was served on her.
The head of Branch 26 of the Tehran Islamic Revolutionary Court called the charges against Ms. Reshnou “a gathering and collusion with the intention of committing a crime against the country’s security through communication with foreigners, propagandizing activity against the Islamic Republic and encouraging people to commit corruption and prostitution.”
This judicial official also added: “The accused was summoned from prison and in the said branch, the contents of the indictment issued by Tehran General and Revolutionary Prosecutor’s Office were communicated to her.”
This citizen had previously been charged by Tehran’s General and Revolutionary Prosecutor’s Office and with the issuance of an indictment, her case was referred to Branch 26 of Tehran’s Revolutionary Court.
Clash in BRT bus
At the end of July this year, a video of a fight between several women in one of the BRT buses was published on the Internet, which shows that someone interfered with the way a woman dresses under the pretext of “for the sake of fame”. Following this issue, a number of those present were involved with Amer Ba Maruf, who was planning to film the protestors of his intervention.
Some time later, Sepideh Reshnoo was arrested and taken to a security detention center for what was described as “abusing and beating Amer to fame”. On Thursday, July 30, 1401, Mrs. Reshno was transferred to Taleghani Hospital in Tehran.
Earlier, an informed source in this regard told Harana: “Sapiedah Reshnou was taken to Tehran’s Taleghani Hospital along with a large number of night guards to be photographed due to the risk of internal bleeding caused by an injury in the abdominal area.” According to the statements of the witnesses, Ms. Reshno had low blood pressure at the time of her transfer to the hospital, was listless and had difficulty moving. The security officers present did not allow Ms. Reshnou to talk to others and did not even leave her alone during the doctor’s examination, which is part of the patient’s and the doctor’s privacy. According to the witnesses, Ms. Reshno was returned to the detention center that night.
A little later, on Saturday, August 8, a video of his forced confessions was published by the Sada and Sima news agency. Previously, a video of the forced confession of a person with an unknown identity, who claims to be one of the protestors of the mandatory hijab in the BRT bus incident, was published by the official media.
With the publication of Mrs. Reshno’s unflattering picture, especially the dark color of her skin in the eye area, a wave of concern about her health started among cyberspace users. Ms. Reshno is still in custody, and until now, she has been deprived of the right to access a lawyer, and until the time of writing this report, no information has been obtained about the charges against her.
Many experts have always considered the issue of popularization to interfere in the personal sphere of people’s lives and imply the spread of lawlessness and violence, and have warned against it. Sepideh Reshnou, born in 1373, is a bachelor’s student in painting at Al-Zahra University and is from Khorramabad.