Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has obtained information that a Kurdish civilian has been transferred to Orumiyeh Central Prison on Sunday, January 12, 2020, to serve a one-year sentence.
Keyvan Mokremi was recently sentenced to one year in prison by Branch 2 of the Orumiyeh Revolutionary Court, presided by Judge Ali Sheikh Lu, on charges of “cooperating with the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK).
Keyvan Mokremi was arrested by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in Orumiyeh on July 08, along with Saber Kamani and Kamran Kamani.
The three Kurdish citizens, who are all farmers, were interrogated at the Intelligence Unit of IRGC in Orumiyeh (formerly called Ramazan) for more than 40 days and they were subsequently transferred to the Orumiyeh Central Prison.
Keyvan Mokremi was eventually released on bail until his trial after serving two months in prison.
The trial of Saber Kamani and Kamran Kamani was held on September 03, 2019, at the branch 2 of the Revolutionary Court in Orumiyeh, on charges of “collaboration with the Free Life Party of Kurdistan (PJAK)” and they were each sentenced to five years in prison. These two Kurdish citizens are currently serving prison sentences in Orumiyeh Central Prison.