Milad Arsanjani, a political prisoner, was arrested after his request to extend his prison temporary leave was denied and transferred to the Greater Tehran Prison to continue his imprisonment.
According to the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, Milad Arsanjani, a political prisoner detained in the 2nd Brigade of the Greater Tehran Prison and one of the detainees from November 2019 protests, was arrested and transferred to the Greater Tehran Prison to continue his imprisonment on October 29th, 2020. He went to the Judgment Enforcement Branch of the Mallard Courthouse to request for extension to his prison temporary leave, but he was arrested instead.
According to the report received, this political prisoner, who was sent on leave on bail, went to the Judgment Enforcement Branch in the Mallard City Court one day before the end of his leave to extend his prison temporary leave.
Following the presence of Milad Arsanjani in the Judgment Enforcement Branch of the Mallard Court and court disagreement with the extension of his leave, the enforcement judge issued an arrest warrant for him and the political prisoner was arrested and transferred to the Mallard Police Detention Center and then to the Greater Tehran Prison.
Milad Arsanjani, was arrested by security forces at his home in Shahriar after the nationwide protests in November 2019 and was transferred to the Greater Tehran Prison after interrogation. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison for “gathering and collusion” and 2 years in prison for “insulting the leadership” by the Shahriar Revolutionary Court.
He objected to this sentencing and if the sentence is finalized in the Court of Appeals, according to Article 134 of the Islamic Penal Code, 5 years imprisonment for the charge of “community and collusion” Will be applicable.
Earlier on Friday January 31st, 2020, the Campaign for the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners, in a report, identified tens of citizens that were arrested during the November 2019 nationwide protests, including Milad Arsanjani.