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IRAN: Political prisoner denied family visit

NCRI – The authorities at Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison once again on Monday (January 15, 2013) deprived political prisoner Ali Moezi from visiting his family members.

The measure was ordered by “Judge Abolghasem Salavati” of Branch 15 of Tehran’s “Revolution Court.”

Mr. Moezi is accused of ‘moharebe’ (enmity against God) and supporting the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

Mr. Moezi is refusing to attend court sessions presided by Abolghasem Salavati declaring his trial as illegitimate.

 Ali Moezi a political prisoner from the 1980s, has been arrested for visiting her daughters in Camp Ashraf in Iraq where the member of PMOI (MEK) were residing before forcibly transferred to Camp Liberty by the Iraqi Government of Nouri al-Maliki at the behest of Iranian regime.