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Shahla Entesari

Monday 11 August 2008, by admin

Ù Detained members of Women’s Movement

Name:Shahla Entesari

Age: 51

Occupation: Social work

Gender: Female

Activities in division of the women’s movement: member of campaign for one million signatures

Cases: Reasons for Arrests (first case)

She was arrested in a peaceful gathering against discriminatory laws which placed in haft e tir square on June 12 2006

Current status:

a) Ruling: she was sentenced to 3 years of imprisonment the court has suspended two and a half years of the sentence for five years Leaving to serve six months in prison for collusion and assembly to endanger the national security (according to article 610 Islamic penal code)

b) Prohibited to leave the county:

c) Bail at: 16,000$

Cases: Reasons for Arrests (second case)

Whilst she was at court being prosecuting for involvement with the June 12 2006 demonstration with 3 other activists on March 4 2007. Her friends in front of the court were being arrested hence she left the court to defend her activist friends and she was arrested too

Current status:

a) Ruling: she was acquitted of charge

b) Prohibited to leave the county:

c) Bail at: 11,000$

d) Latest elaboration of the case: 2 cases she was arrested on a peaceful gathering against discriminatory laws which placed in haft e tir square on June 12 2006 for the first time and she was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment the court has suspended two and a half years of the sentence. Leaving to serve six months in prison for acting against national security the appeal is under review .for the second time whilst she was at court being prosecuting for involvement with the June 12 2006 demonstration with 3 other activists. Her friends in front of the court were being arrested hence she left the court to defend her activist friends and she was arrested too and she was held for 4 days in Evin prison section 209. she was acquitted on March 2007 .

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