The families of political prisoners sentenced to death in Evin prison had their last visit with their children
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, on Sunday, January 28, 2024, an hour ago, the families of political prisoners sentenced to death, Pejman Fatehi, Mohsen Mazloum, Mohammad Faramarzi and Wafa Azarbar, had their last visit before the execution of their children in Evin prison.
They called for the last visit on the 27th of January, in calls from law enforcement and security institutions.
This meeting is the first meeting of the families of political prisoners after 19 months of their children’s detention. They have been deprived of visits and contacts and deprived of the right to access a lawyer. According to their relatives, within 24 hours, the death sentence of these four prisoners approved by Branch 9 of the Supreme Court.
In the middle of January 2023, political prisoners Mohsen Mazloumi, Pezhman Fatehi, Wafa Azarbar and Mohammad Faramarzi were sentenced to death after a year and a half of indecision that was accompanied by no news.
Mohsen Mazloumi (Maarofi), 28 years old, from Mahabad, Pezhman Fatehi, 28 years old, from Kamiyaran, Wafa Azarbar, 29 years old, from Bukan, and also Mohammad (Hejir) Faramarzi, 29 years old, from Dehgolan, arrested on August 1, 2022, in Somai Baradost area of Urmia city. Became
The families of political prisoners sentenced to death were not aware of their condition for the past one and a half years and also were denied contact and meeting with them. Prisoners’ families are also under pressure from the Intelligence Department.
Afsana Yousefi, Pezhman Fatehi’s mother, interrogated for several hours at the Kamiyaran Intelligence Department.
So far, the security agencies have published videos of the forced confessions of four political prisoners Mohsen Mazloum, Pejman Fatehi, Wafa Azarbar and Mohammad Faramarzi twice. And they forced to admit that they cooperated with foreign countries. These confessions made after nearly 3 months of mental and physical torture. Even with make-up, security officers could not reduce the effect of torture on the faces of these prisoners. The broken faces of the detained prisoners in the released videos showed the severity of the tortures. These political prisoners accused of being members of the Kurdistan Komle party.
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