Political prisoner Mehran Gharabaghi summoned to hold another trial
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, on Sunday, August 6, 2023, political prisoner Mehran Gharabaghi, who currently incarcerated in Sheyban Central Prison, summoned to the criminal court for another trial.
The hearing of the second part of his accusations will hold on Monday, August 7, 2023, in the criminal court of Behbahan city. He charged with “destruction and possession of incendiary and explosive materials” in this court.
Mehran Gharabaghi tried before by the Mahshahr Revolutionary Court
Political prisoner Mehran Gharabaghi tried before by the Mahshahr Revolutionary Court. Regarding the accusations of “corruption on earth (Moharebeh)” and “propaganda against the regime”, he sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison and two years of forced residence in Taft in Yazd province.
Also, he sentenced to two years of ban from membership in political-social parties, which according to the law, 6 years and three months of his 10 years of imprisonment are enforceable.
In his previous case, Mehran Gharabaghi sentenced to 3 years in prison by the Revolutionary Court on charges such as “insulting Khamenei and propagandizing against the regime”, of which 2 years can be served.
Mehran Gharabaghi, born in 1992, from Sarhad Agha village, Behbahan county, has a bachelor’s degree in agriculture. After the uprising of 2019, he arrested on January 18, 2020 along with Majid Khademi by IRGC intelligence agents. And after about a month, with the end of the interrogation process, he transferred to Behbahan prison.
On Monday, July 12, 2021, this political prisoner, along with Mohammad Reza Ansari Far, suddenly transferred from Behbahan Prison to Ahvaz Intelligence Detention Center and a case filed against him. After the interrogation, he transferred to Sheyban prison in Ahvaz. He faced severe diseases such as scabies, heart disease and corona in Sheyban Ahvaz prison and during this time he deprived of proper medical and pharmaceutical care.
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