Political prisoner Mohammad Abolhasani was sentenced to 4 years in prison
Jamia Aryai News Agency – Branch 26 of Tehran Revolutionary Court, headed by Iman Afshari, sentenced Mohammad Abolhosni to prison by issuing a writ.
According to Jamia Aryai news agency, in recent days, Mohammad Abolhosni, a political prisoner imprisoned in Evin prison, was sentenced to 4 years in prison by branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by Iman Afshari due to the case that was opened for him during his imprisonment. This civil activist is serving his 15-month prison sentence.
According to the verdict issued by Branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court, which was delivered to Mohammad Abolhosni on October 11, 1401, this civil activist has been sentenced to 4 years in prison for the charge of (assembly and collusion with the intention of disrupting the security of the country).
It should be noted that this political prisoner on 2nd of Shahrivar month 1401, Mohammad Abolhosni, a political prisoner imprisoned in Evin prison after being sent to the investigation branch of the District 33 Prosecutor’s Office of Tehran on charges of (propaganda activity against the regime) and (communication with the media) outside the country), the charge had been explained.
Mohammad Abolhosni, in March of 1400, due to another case that was opened against him during his imprisonment by branch 26 of the Tehran Revolutionary Court headed by Iman Afshari with charges of (propaganda against the regime) and (disruption of prison order), trial and then A restraining order was issued after acquitting him of the imputed charges.
On January 11, 1400, Mohammad Abul-Hosni was summoned to the execution branch of the Evin prison to serve his 15-month prison sentence, and on January 19, 1400, he was sent from prison 4 of Evin prison to Tehran prison. Bogor was transferred and on August 2, 1401, he was returned to Evin prison along with 30 political prisoners imprisoned in Tehran’s Bogor prison.
In his first case, this civil activist was sentenced to 1 year and 3 months in prison, and 4 months of forced labor for 4 hours a day in agricultural jihad. With the implementation of Article 134 of the Islamic Penal Code, it became mandatory for this civil activist to endure 15 months of imprisonment.
This political prisoner was previously sentenced to undergo penal servitude in another case and on 18th of February 2019, after completing the period of penal servitude in the first case and due to the open nature of the second case, he was released by depositing a bond amounting to 100 million Tomans was temporarily released.
Abolhasani is also involved in this case, the other 2 accused of which are Arsham Rezaei and Shakila Monfared, two political prisoners in Rajaei Shahr prison in Karaj and Evin prison.
Mohammad Abolhosni was sentenced to 1 year and 3 months in prison, 4 months for 4 hours of forced labor in agricultural Jihad, by the 26th branch of the Tehran Revolution Court, headed by Iman Afshari, for the charge of propaganda activity against the regime. . This sentence was confirmed a while ago by the 36th branch of the Court of Appeals of Tehran Province, and by applying Article 134 of the Islamic Penal Code, Mohammad Abolhosni was sentenced to 1 year and 3 months in prison.
In his first case, on 23 August 2018, Mohammad Abolhosni was arrested by security agents in Tehran and after being transferred to his residence and searching and confiscating the personal belongings of this civil activist, he was transferred to solitary confinement in Evin prison.
With the beginning of the proceedings, the case of Mohammad Abolhosni was investigated by Branch 15 of the Tehran Revolution Court headed by Abolqasem Salavati, the then judge of the said branch, and sentenced to 2 years in prison.
In the second part of that case, due to the accusation of publishing falsehoods with the intention of misleading the public, he was banned from leaving the country for two years, banned from membership in political and social parties and groups for two years, and banned from leaving the country for two years. The country was also sentenced to 2 years of ban from activities in cyberspace.
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.
Suppression of freedom of expression and opinion violates Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which emphasizes the right of individuals to freely disseminate political and ideological ideas and opinions.
Also, people’s right to a fair trial is one of the inalienable rights, which is emphasized in Article 10 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.