Navid Khanjani Was Entered His Fourth Years of Prison

 Sunday, May 3, 2015 8:35:04 PM

Navid Khanjani, founder of Human Rights Committee and a member Population of Combat against Educational Discrimination, who had been convicted to 12 years imprisonment entered his fourth years of detention. He was deprived of the right of release since his detention.

Navid, 29, a Baha’I citizen, was arrested along with some other activists by Revolutionary Guards officials in the city of Isfahan on 2010 that was released from the solitary confinements at ward 2-Alef of Sepah in Evin prison on the bail of 100 million Tomans after two months.

The officials had imposed him doing a televised confess through the severe torture both- physically and psychologically during his first 25 days in the solitary confinement as Human Rights organizations have expressed concern about his critical condition in the prison.

He was sentenced to the imprisonment on the charge of spreading false news, propaganda against the regime and disturbing the public vision through broadcasting the news and several interviews with Medias at branch 26 of Revolutionary Court which chaired by Judge Pir Abbas.

He was eventually detained and transferred to Rajai Shahr prison to serve his 12 years imprisonment terms on 5 Sept 2012 according to the reports received by the BCR Group.

Navid is kept at Hall 12 of ward four, whereas, he suffers from mitral valve prolapse treatment, and chronic migraine as right groups have expressed.

by: Kaveh Taheri