Confirmation of death sentence of Mohammad Qabadlo, one of the detainees of the nationwide protests, in the Supreme Court.
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, quoted by Shargh newspaper, on Tuesday, May 23, 2023, the Supreme Court of Iran approved the death sentence of Mohammad Qabadlo.
According to this report, Amir Raisian, his lawyer, said that the retrial is open, but the retribution case rejected in the criminal court.
22-year-old Mohammad Qabadlo, the son of Mohammad Ali, is one of those arrested in the nationwide protests of 2022. He accused of “corruption in the earth through extensive action against police officers by hitting a car and killing Sergeant Farid Karampour Hasanvand and injuring 5 policemen.”
On Saturday, December 24, 2022, his death sentence confirmed. But later on January 23, the Supreme Court announced that it had registered his lawyer’s appeal.
His lawyer had already announced that the accused’s case has many deficiencies and insufficient documents to prove the charges.
On Sunday, January 8, 2022. Mohammad Broghni and Mohammad Qabadlou transferred to solitary confinement in Gohardasht prison to carry out the death sentence. In the first hours of the morning of Monday, January 9, 2022, people gathered in front of Gohardasht prison, chanting anti-government slogans, demanding the cancellation of the death sentence of Mohammad Broghni and Mohammad Qabadlou, and for this reason, this sentence not carried out until now.
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