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کمپین دفاع از زندانیان سیاسی و مدنی
که‌مپه‌ینی به‌رگری له‌ به‌ندکراوانی سیاسی و مه‌ده‌نی
Compagin In Defense of Civil & political Prisoners

خانە: اخبار زندانها: بیانیه: مقالە: مصاحبه: بازداشتی ها: دربارە ما: تماس

Adnan Hasan Pour, the imprisoned journalist, was transferred to Marivan Prison

Today, Adnan Hasan Pour, the Kurd imprisonrd journalist, was transferred from the Central prison of Sanandaj to Marivan Prison.
According to the Defense of Political and Civil Prisoners Campaign, Adnan Hasan Pour, the imprisoned journalist, was transferred today on Thursday 23 January 2014 (3 Bahman 1392) from the Central Prison of Sanandaj to Marivan Prison.
The brother of the detained journalist said: “Today Adnan has been transferred to Marivan Prison and it seems that keeping him at this prison is temporary”.
The transfer of this journalist is accomplished while the Iranian state security and judicial authorities in Kurdistan, in addition, they prevented him of dismissal, they were denied him of his law meeting with his family and also the medical treatment outside of the prison.
On 25 January 2007 (5 Bahman 1385) Adnan Hasan Pour was arrested and after enduring several months of solitary confinement in Sanandaj Intelligence Detention Centre, on 12 June 2007 (22 Khordad 1386) was tried closed at Enghelab Court in Marivan and was known as an enemy by acting against national security and was sentenced to the death penalty.
The verdict was announced to one of his lawyers on 17 July 2007 (26 Tir 1386).
After a three-month of this sentence in Branch 32 of the Supreme Court, was studied and approved disbelief.
It’s effable that, after Hasan Pour’s death sentence was verified, immediately his lawyers, “Saleh Nikbakht” and “Sirwan Houshmandi” by asking the Supreme Court returned again to restore the legal process and finally, this time in another branch of the Supreme Court, the death sentence was nullified.
After the announcement of the disqualification of the former trial and judge by lawyers, this time at Sanandaj’s Enghelab Court on two occasions (7 September 2008 (16 Shahrivar 1387) and 31 January 2009 (11 Bahman 1387) this case was tried closed again and was sentenced to bear 31 years imprisonment and by the lawyers protesting in the Court of Appeal that sentence was commuted to 16 years.