Iran Human Rights Violations Revision, June 26, 2019
ICBHR- The judicial process of two police officers, who beat a girl in Tehran Pars, Iran, was canceled.
One died, and one injured after border patrol agents shot the cross-border carriers (Kolbar).
The offender, who raped students in Isfahan, was sentenced to 20 years of prison and 100 lashes.
At least 11 citizens were arrested for “dog walking” in Karaj.
Vahid Fereydouni, who was arrested on the international Labor Day, accused of “disturbing public order and jail”.
Officers shot to the people, who smuggle fuel by tank truck on the road, the trailer lost control and crashed to another vehicle, which resulted in three deaths of the vehicle’s passengers.
Five prisoners, who were allegedly accused of murder, were hanged in Rajaei Shahr prison.
A number of political prisoners’ relatives wrote a letter to Iran Chief Justice, Ebrahim Raisi to ask for separation of prisoners at prisons, based on their crimes.
Three women rights activists, Yasaman Ariaie, Monireh Arabshahi, and Mojgan (Maya) Keshavarz were accused of “assembly and collusion to disturb national security ”, “propaganda against the regime” and “Encouragement towards depravity”.
Freshteh Didani, women rights activist was taken from Gharchak prison to Branch 26 of Islamic Revolutionary Court. There are no more details.
Kazem Safabakhsh, the Azerbaijani activist sentenced to 13 years in prison at Branch 28 of Tehran’s Revolutionary Court.
A prisoner, who was allegedly accused of murder in Zahedan, was granted clemency.