Monday, July 27, 2015 1:33:01 PM
Majid Abedinzadeh Moghadam, a civil rights activist, was reportedly released on the bail of 300 million Tomans at 20:30, Sunday night, 26 July 2015.
He apparently released on the bail till final decision to be met by Branch 39 at the Appeal Court which chaired by Judge Keshavarziyan.
Mr. Moghadam who has been arrested by Revolutionary Guards officials on 3 Dec 2014, sentenced to six years imprisonment by Revolutionary Court of Tehran on March 2015.
He as one of the victims and detainees of Kahrizak has been allegedly accused on the charge of propaganda against the regime of Iran, illegally way-out of the borders and lack of Military Service ID.
Officials have allegedly seized the personal belongings as a satellite receiver, flash memory, some books and CDs during the raid at his father house.
It is worth noting that the officials had told the owners of the building that Majid is a drug dealer. They use this trick to make them open the door as his relatives said.
Majid had been previously arrested during the unrest after the presidency election in 2009 by plainclothes officials (Basiji) that as a witness of horrible occurrences in Kahrizak has unfolded the details
regarding the cruel repressions by officials and plainclothes against demonstrators through his testimony.
He is kept at 2-A of Sepah and eight wards, known Hell for Exile, in Evin prison since his detention.
The Tragic Tale of the Civil Rights Activist
Majid Abedinzadeh Moghadam was reportedly taken to solitary confinement in notorious ward-240 due to his hunger strike that is started on 6 April 2015.
He began a hunger strike to protest his unjust verdict and inhumane condition in Evin prison. The hunger strike started due to unfair sentence and excruciating life in the prison such as overcrowding of prisoners in ward eight and lack of adequate food both quantity-quality.
Reports of rights groups confirm that over 25 political prisoners have deliberately been held at Ward 8 as these prisoners have purportedly been abused and harassed by those prisoners who have had accused of committing offences such as robbery, murdering and possession of narcotics.