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Names of 77 November Protesters Held at Greater Tehran Penitentiary

19 Aug 20
Names of 77 November Protesters Held at Greater Tehran Penitentiary

Iran Human Rights (IHR); August 19, 2020: According to a list obtained by IHR, 77 protesters detained during the November 2019 protests are currently detained at the Greater Tehran Penitentiary (Fashafuyeh). Of those, 70 have been sentenced to between 1-9 years in prison, three have been sentenced to death and one is awaiting a conviction of moharebeh (waging war against God) which also carries the death penalty.

It has been ten months since the November 2019 protests which began after a hike in petrol prices and soon spread to most cities across Iran, with hundreds of protesters being killed. According to a list obtained by IHR, at least 77 of the arrested protesters are currently held at Fashafuyeh Prison and 70 of them have been sentenced to between 1-9 years in prison and flogging.

An informed source told IHR: "These detainees have not had access to a lawyer during their detention and most of them were beaten, tortured and mistreated during interrogation to make false self-incriminating confessions.”

Three protesters, Saeed Tamjidi, Mohammad Rajabi and Amirhossein Moradi have been sentenced to death on the charge of moharebeh, and another is awaiting sentencing on the same charge.

Fashafuyeh Prison is located about 32 km south of Tehran and with an area of ​​110 hectares, it is the largest prison in the Middle East. However, the water is undrinkable and prisoners are forced to buy their own bottled water from the commissary. There have also been numerous reports on the poor food and sanitation conditions in the prison.

 

List of the prisoners:

1- Iman Marzanbakhsh, sentenced to 4 years and 10 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

2- Kianoosh Valialollahi, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against national and international security

 

3- Milad Arsanjani, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and collusion against national security by participating in illegal gatherings and membership in gangs and groups with the intention of disrupting the Islamic system, insulting the Supreme Leader and destroying public property

 

4- Hossein Armand Moradlou, sentenced to 6 years and 6 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against domestic national security and helping to demolish public property

 

5- Mohsen Sabzali, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

6- Kianoosh Jamali, sentenced to 5 years and 3 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security (rioting), destroying and disturbing public order and peace

 

7- Hadi Khatamian, sentenced to 3 years and 4 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against domestic national security (rioting)

 

8- Saeed Tamjidi, sentenced to death on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security, participation in disturbing public order and security with the aim of confronting the Islamic government through blocking traffic and burning rubbish bins

 

9- Mohammad Rajabi, sentenced to death on charges assembly and conspiracy to act against national security (rioting ), participating in arson and destroying public property

 

10- Sina Khateri, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

11- Mohammad Adam, sentenced to 5 years in prison on the charge of acting against national security

 

12- Mehdi Vahidi, sentenced to 4 years, 4 months and 15 days in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

13- Amirhossein Moradi, sentenced to death on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security and arson of public property (Leader)

 

14- Mohammad Lotfi, sentenced to 3 years in prison on the charge of acting against national security by participating in riots

 

15. Seyed Omid Mousavi, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

16- Kazem Nabatian, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of membership in a gang and group with the intention of disrupting national security

 

17- Mohsen Tashkari, sentenced to 9 years in prison on the charge of destroying public property

 

18. Mohammad Bagher Souri, sentenced to 3 years and 9 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security

 

19- Hamid Jahangiri, sentenced to 6 years and 3 months in prison and 50 lashes for disturbing public order and peace and destruction (rioting)

 

20- Javad Bolandja, sentenced to 2 years and 7 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security (arson rioting)

 

21. Hossein Nikcheh Farahani, sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

22- Hossein Bagheri, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit crimes against national security

 

23- Reza Ramezanzadeh, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against the internal national security

 

24- Mohammad Mehdi Abdollahzadeh, awaiting sentencing, accused of assembly and conspiracy against national security (rioting), rebellion against officers on duty, destruction of public property, disturbing public peace

 

25- Arya Hamedi Rad, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security

 

26- Mehdi Ghalandari, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security

 

27- Saeed Asadi, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against internal security

 

28- Vahid Bagheri, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy and collusion against national security

 

29. Daniel Bakhshi, sentenced to 2 years and 4 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security

 

30- Mohammad Moalemian, sentenced to 4 years in prison on charges of assembly and collusion to act against security

 

31- Hossein Reyhani, awaiting sentencing, accused of moharebeh (waging war against God) and arson of Meli Bank

 

32- Tohid Fotouhi, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of looting and destruction of public property

 

33- Abolfazl Shahbazi, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against internal security (gasoline)

 

34- Shahin Nazarzadeh, sentenced to 2 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against internal security (gasoline) (rioting)

 

35- Siamak Paymard, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to disrupt national security

 

36- Mehdi Naghdi, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly conspiracy to commit a crime against the government

 

37- Mehdi Bagheri, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

38- Davoud Ghaffari, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

39- Omid Mirdarikvand, sentenced to 2 years and 8 months in prison on charges of running a gang with the intention of disrupting national security

 

40- Mohammad Ghaffari Farjam, sentenced to 2 years on charges of assembly and collusion with the intention of acting against national security

 

41- Siamak Moghimi, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy (rioting)

 

42- Mohammad Rashidi, sentenced to 2 years in prison intentional arson on a vehicle

 

43- Reza Ghureishi, awaiting sentencing, charged with disturbing public order and peace, destroying state property and looting state property and participating in theft (rioting)

 

44- Majid Ghareh-Baghi, sentenced to 5 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

45- Alireza Safari-Sayar, sentenced to 2 years in prison on charges of destroying and arson of state property and disorder

 

46. ​​Sahel Rezaii, sentenced to 3 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security (rioting)

 

47- Matin Izadi, sentenced to 2 years and 7 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal national security

 

48- Hassan Abbasi, sentenced to 2 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

49- Mohammad Alijani, awaiting sentencing, accused of destroying state property, disturbing order, insulting the leadership

 

50- Hossein Jafari, sentenced to 2 years and 7 months in prison on charges of assembly conspiracy to act against the internal national security

 

51- Ramin Bagherian, sentenced to 3 years and 9 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national and international security (rioting)

52- Seyed Majid Zerehpoosh, sentenced to 3 years and 4 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy and acting against national security

 

53- Farbod Kurd-Zanganeh, sentenced to one year in prison for disturbing public order and peace

 

54- Mehdi Hassanipour, sentenced to 3 years and 9 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy and acting against national security (rioting) (gasoline)

 

55- Mojtaba Khanli, sentenced to 6 months in prison for disturbing order

 

56. Mir Behnood Esmaili, sentenced to 4 years in prison and 45 lashes for propaganda against the system and disturbing public order

 

57- Sepehr Babazadeh, sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison on charges of arson and destruction a bank

 

58- Mohammad Beigi, 2 years and 6 months in prison on charges of assembly conspiracy to disrupt national security

 

59- Ehsan Khazaii, sentenced to 2 years and 2 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

60- Javad Adinehvand, sentenced to 4 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security

 

61- Saeed Moravati, sentenced to one year in prison and 74 lashes and forced residence on charges of disturbing public order

 

62- Morteza Omidbegloo, sentenced to 4 years and 6 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to commit a crime against national and international security (rioting) (gasoline)

 

63- Nader Biabani, sentenced to 4 months and 15 days in prison on charges of membership in a group or gang with the intent to disrupt internal security

 

64- Ahmad Ali Hatami, sentenced to 4 years in prison on the charge of acting against national security by participating in riots

 

65- Ali Asghar Keramati, sentenced to 6 years in prison on charges of disturbing public order and peace, intentional arson of a bank (rioting)

 

66. Ali Bakes, sentenced to 6 years in prison on charges of disturbing public order and peace, assembly and conspiracy against internal security

 

67- Amir Hossein Keshavarzi-Karaji, sentenced to 4 years and 2 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

68- Abolfazl Tousi, sentenced to 3 years and 9 months in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against national security

 

69- Reza Alidoust, sentenced to 4 years in prison on charges of assembly and conspiracy to act against internal security

 

70- Reza Bayat, sentenced to 3 years in prison (recently returned from furlough and is in prison quarantine)

 

71- Ehsan Ghazi, sentenced to 2 years in prison

 

72- Ali Ghahremani, sentenced to 3 years in prison (recently returned from furlough and is in prison quarantine)

 

73- Hamed Badehneshin, sentenced to 2 years in prison

 

74- Mohammad Ali Parandloo, sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison

 

75- Jamil Ghahremani, sentenced to 5 years in prison

 

76- Abolfazl Karimi, sentenced to 2 years in prison

 

77- Mohammadreza Naghian (on leave)