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Chief editor of suspended weekly journal sentenced to one year in prison

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

The chief editor of the suspended weekly Sobhe Azadi, Reza Jelodarzade was sentenced by the revolutionary court to one year in prison on charges of anti-regime propaganda. Jelodarzade was also accused of harming national security and plotting the downfall of the regime but was aquitted of these charges.

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4 Comments

  1. [...] Journalist Reza Jelodarzadeh zu einem Jahr Haft verurteilt [...]

  2. [...] 92. Reza Jelodarzadeh, editor-in-chief of banned Sobh-e Azadi magazine, arrested in Tehran on February 4, 2012, released, sentenced to 1 year in prison on May 22, 2012 [...]

  3. [...] 90. Reza Jelodarzadeh, editor-in-chief of banned Sobh-e Azadi magazine, arrested in Tehran on February 4, 2012, released, sentenced to 1 year in prison on May 22, 2012 [...]

  4. [...] 88. Reza Jelodarzadeh, editor-in-chief of banned Sobh-e Azadi magazine, arrested in Tehran on February 4, 2012, released, sentenced to 1 year in prison on May 22, 2012 [...]

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