On 9 May 2014 the Hamedan Law Enforcement Force shot Kurdish tradesman Arman Amami, a resident of Boane village in Kamyaran city, in the spine and now he has lost some of his movement abilities, a source told the Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN).
The 35-year-old man, undergoes in a difficult situation for he is relying on the philanthropists for paying the expenses of his operation and medical care.
“Arman Amami was shot three times by the Law Enforcement Forces on 9 May 2014, when he was driving towards Saleh Abad Village in Hamedan. He lost some of his movement abilities after one of the three bullets hit his spine,” the source further clarified.
The source further added that Amami was taken to a hospital in Hamedan following the incident, however, he was transferred to the Hamedan Prison while one of the bullets was still in his body. Arman Amami instructed his lawyer to file a complaint against the officer who had shot him. However, the court concluded that the concerned officer was acting in his legal capacity because Amani had been “embezzling cigarettes.”