Hossein Habibvandian, a cyber activist who was arrested during last November protests in Orumiyeh was acquitted of all charges against him by the Prosecutor’s Office of Orumiyeh Revolutionary Court, a reliable source told the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN).
Habibvandian was arrested during the last November protests and transferred to the Orumiyeh Central Prison after a few days of interrogation at a detention centre in Orumiyeh.
He was released from Orumiyeh Central Prison on December 10, on a bail of 500 million Tomans.
Hossein Habibvandian was previously arrested in May 2017 and sentenced to two years and 8 months in prison on charges of “Blasphemy” by Branch Two of the Revolutionary Court in Orumiyeh.
He was released from prison on February 11, the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran (22 Bahman in the Iranian calendar), while there was 10 months left to the completion of imprisonment sentence.