After repeated follow-ups, the family of Pejman Moradi realized that he abducted by the intelligence of the Revolutionary Guards. And transferred to Sanandaj prison after 7 months.
According to the Iranian Human Rights Society, nearly 22 months have passed since the arrest of Pejman Moradi, but his family still does not know about his condition. In the past 22 months, his family informed only once during a phone call that he was in the custody of IRGC intelligence.
Pejman Moradi, the son of Reza, married and the father of a daughter, arrested by IRGC intelligence agents on March 17, 2022, in the village of Diuznab, in the central district of Sarovabad in Kurdistan province, and transferred to an unknown location.
According to his family, Pejman Moradi went to this area for fishing but detained by the intelligence forces. Initially, his family thought he had drowned in the lake, but locals informed them that he detained by the intelligence forces.
Despite repeated efforts, Pejman Moradi’s family received no response. After multiple follow-ups, they discovered that he abducted by the intelligence forces and transferred to Sanandaj prison after 7 months.
Pejman Moradi deprived of the right to have a lawyer
During this time, he deprived of the right to have a lawyer and meet with his family. This has caused further concern for his family about his health condition.
The case of Pejman Moradi has been registered in the Sana system of the judicial branch, which is related to summonses and notifications of citizens. His case was registered in May 2022 to the first branch of the Kermanshah General and Revolutionary Prosecutor’s Office. However, nobody has taken responsibility for his arrest and there is no information about his arrest location.
In following up on his condition, his family had referred to the information of the SarvAbad Corps. And the information of the Marivan IRGC. They find out there that the intelligence agents have a photo of Pejman Moradi. And also ask them what this fisherman was doing there?
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