Detainee of the uprising lost his life in notorious Evin prison

Jan 08
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By Iran Probe Staff

Monday, 8 January 2018

Sina Ghanbari, One of the detainees of the nationwide uprising in Iran died suspiciously in Evin Prison.

Two members of the Iranian parliament, Tayebeh Siavoshi and Mahmoud Sadeghi confirmed this death.  They quoted the Iranian Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) that the victim had committed suicide.

Sina Ghanbari was a 22-year-old collage graduate arrested by the security forces during the current nationwide uprising. He was kept in the quarantine section of Evin Prison for several days.

Following the news of Sina Ghanbari death, families of other detainees have become worried that the events that took place in 2009 in Kahrizak detention center has is being repeated.

During the 2009 uprising, a number of the detainees taken to Kahrizak detention center, including  Mohsen Ruholamini, Amir Javadifar, Mohammad Kamrani and Ramin Aghazadeh Ghahremani, were killed after being tortured and raped.

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