1- Mehdi Doulati Daraabad:
Green Movement and online activist Mehdi Doulati Daraabad reported to Ward 350 to start serving his five years imprisonment sentence.
Doulati Daraabad was arrested in a raid on his parents home by the Intelligence Ministry’s agents in February 2012 and was taken to the Intelligence Ministry’s Ward 209 in Evin prison.
This activist spent 17 days in solitary confinement in Ward 209 and 17 days in Ward 240 (IRGC) under investigation and interrogation.
He was released on bail in April of 2012. Ten months later, he was tried in Judge Moghayeseh’s court, and was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment on charges of “Assembly and Collusion, and Participation in the Post 2009 Presidential Election Street Protest”. He was also sentenced to 2 years on the charge of “Insulting the Leader”, giving him a total of 5 years imprisonment.
Doulati Daraabad, a software engineer and a programmer reported to Evin on September 11 following the receipt of a summons from the Enforcement Branch of the Tehran Prosecutor. He was sent to Ward 350 to start serving his five years sentence.
2- Arvin Sedaghat-Kish:
Music critic and researcher, Arvin Dedaghat-Kish reported to Evin to start serving his 3 years sentence.
Sedaghat-Kish, the author of Faslnameh Mahvar and Shayda, and a writer for the now banned Culture and Music magazine, reported to Evin to start serving his sentence after learning his bail money was confiscated without notice.
Sedaghat-Kish was arrested during the Ashura protests of 2009. He was kept in incarceration 62 days by the Intelligence Ministry. He was tried by Judge Salavati and sentenced to 3 years imprisonment on charges of “Assembly and Collusion with Intent to Act Against the National Security”.
3- Omid Shah Moradi:
Green Movement activist Omid Shah Moradi was arrested last year and released on bail after 62 days of incarceration in Ward 209.
After his release from prison, he was tried in the Revolutionary Court, presided by Judge Salavati and was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment on charges of “Assembly and Collusion by Participating in Street Protests”.
After receiving a summons from the Enforcement Division, he reported to Evin and was admitted to Ward 350.