Student activist Amir Shaibanizadeh was arrested after being summoned to court.
Amir Shaibanizadeh, a resident of Mashhad (N.E.Iran), was summoned to court and then arrested and transferred to Vakilabad prison. The court issued his sentence of five years and six months in prison, 5 million Toman fine and exile to Abehayat prison in Kerman to serve his sentence.
Amir Shaibanizadeh’s latest arrest was on February 13, 2012. He was incarcerated at Vakilabad prison for about three months and was released on bail 24 days ago.
Shaibanizadeh had received a summons from Branch 905 of the Revolutionary Court in Mashhad presided by Judge Khalifi.
Shaibanizadeh went to court today on his summons where he was informed of his sentence by Judge Khalifi.
Amir Shaibanizadeh was arrested, handcuffed and shackled after he was informed of his verdict in court. He was then transferred to Vakilabad prison in Mashhad.