Amir Chamani, student activist, returned to Tabriz prison after a 4-day furlough

Committee of Human Rights Reporters – Amir Chamani who is a sociology graduate student at Tabriz University, returned to Tabriz central prison after being allowed only 4 days of furlough.

According to CHRR, political and student activist Amir Chamani was granted temporary release from prison on April 15th after enduring 92 days behind bars. On April 19th, after only four days he returned to the Tabriz Central prison.

On January 14, 2013, Judge Hamlbar presiding over Branch 1 of the Revolutionary Court handed Amir Chamani a 6-month prison sentence for “insulting the leader and founder of the Islamic Republic,” and a 3-month (100 days) prison sentence for “propaganda against the regime. On January 13th the activist also received a sentence of 40 lashes for “insulting the presidency.”

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Amir Chamani, student activist, returned to Tabriz prison after a 4-day furlough

Amir Chamani

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