Mohammad Bagher Moradi summoned to Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court

Committee of Human Rights Reporters – Mohammad Bagher Moradi, who was among the detained group from Saraye Ahl-e Ghalam (Association of Writers), has been summoned to appear at Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court.

According to CHRR, on Tuesday April 16, Mohammad Bagher Moradi was contacted by phone and the warrant to appear in court was delivered to him. Per order of the warrant, he is summoned to appear to face charges against him on April 24th at Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Pir Abassi.

Four other writers from the detained group of Saraye Ahl-e Ghalam have faced their charges in court. On April 9th Mohsen Ghashghaizadeh faced his charges at Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Pir Abassi, and Mohammad Parsi faced his charges at Branch 15 of the Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Salavati. On Monday April 14, Pejman Zafarmand faced charges brought against him at Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Pir Abassi and on Tuesday April 15, Akbar Amini faced his charges at Branch 27 of the Revolutionary Court presided by Judge Salavati.

On October 30, 2012, security forces conducted a raid at a gathering of writers at Saray Ahl-e Ghalam (Association of Writers) and detained close to 70 members. Most of them were later released and 17 writers including Mehdi Khazali were transferred by van to Evin prison. Two others named Pejman Zafarmand and Mehdi Karimi were detained in separate encounters and were also transferred to Evin prison by security agents.

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Mohammad Bagher Moradi summoned to Branch 26 of the Revolutionary Court

 

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