Nazanin Khosravani arrested and transferred to prison to serve her sentence

Human Rights House of Iran –  Nazanin Khosravani’s trial was held on April 16, 2011 at Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Pir-Abassi. She was handed down a sentence of 6-years in prison. The charges against her were “assembly and collusion against national security,” and “propaganda against the regime.”

Nazanin Khosravani was arrested at her home on November 3, 2010 and transferred to solitary confinement at Tehran’s Evin prison. During her arrest, her laptop computer was confiscated. Security agents went back to her home 2 days later and demanded entry with threats of breaking the doors and windows. They conducted a search with no explanation while refusing to give Nazanin’s family any information regarding her whereabouts.

After enduring 1ays behind bars in Ward 209 of Evin prison, on March 15, 2011 she was released with a bail of $480,000. She is now back behind bars and serving her 6-year prison term.

Human Rights House of Iran

Nazanin Khosravani

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