Shocking details about the beating of political prisoners; names of those transferred to solitary confinement

Kaleme – During the violent encounter that took place in Evin Ward 350 on Thursday, 30 prisoners were transferred to solitary confinement.

According to Kaleme, 30 political prisoners who protested the violent conduct of officials and their use of batons were transferred to solitary cells in Ward 240 per orders of Intelligence and prison security officials.

During this transfer, over 100 baton wielding prison guards created a tunnel in the hall leading to the exit of Ward 350. As the political prisoners were dragged out on the ground, their clothes were ripped off and the guards beat them with their batons, especially on their heads and faces.According to this report, the guards forced the prisoners against the wall or on the ground, blindfolded and handcuffed them, and violently transferred them to solitary cells in Ward 240. Many of the transferred prisoners were bleeding and had broken bones as they were aggressively hauled into the vans.

Some bandages were provided  when the wounded prisoners arrived in solitary units but they were not taken to the infirmary.

Following are the names of the prisoners of conscience and political prisoners who were transferred to solitary cells:

Abdolfattah Soltani

Mohammad Amin Hadavi

Mahammad Sadegh Kaboudvand

Mohammad Davari

Hootan Dolati

Mehdi Khodayi

Behzad Arabgol

Mostafa Reysamiyanbaf

Mostafa Abdi

Gholamreza Khosravi

Abolghasem Foladvand

Mehrdad Ahankhah

Soheil Arabi

Reza Akbari Monfared

Amir Doorbin Ghaziyayi

Asadollah Hadi

AsadollahAsadi

Majid Asadi

BehnamEbrahimzadeh

Saeed Matinpour

Soheil Babayi

Soroush Sabet

Ali Askari

Davar Hosseinivojdan

Saeed Haeri

Samkou Khalghati

Reza Hamyari

Mohammad Shojai

Amir Rezazadeh

http://www.kaleme.com/1393/01/28/klm-180861/

Evin Prison

 

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