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Update: Court hearing held for Bahareh Hedayat

May 07, 2010

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

HRANA- The court session to investigate accusations against Bahareh Hedayat, a member of the Central Council of Daftar-e Tahkim Vahdat was held today.

According to Advar News, on the morning of May 5, 2010, the court hearing for Hedayat was held in branch 28 of the Revolutionary Court, in the presence of Hedayat’s lawyers (Mrs. Pourbabaei and Mr. Najafi). The hearing was headed by Judge Moghiseh and it lasted two hours.

During the hearing, the indictment against Hedayat was read out. It included six accusations and fifteen other related complaints. Her lawyers rejected all of the accusations and defended Hedayat’s case.

Bahareh Hedayat was arrested shortly after December 27, 2009, the time of the Ashura demonstrations in Iran.

Source: Stand Up for Women Blog

دادگاه بهاره هدایت برگزار شد

چهارشنبه 15 ارديبهشت 1389 ساعت 13:22 |

خبرگزاری هرانا – جلسه رسیدگی به اتهامات بهاره هدایت عضو شورای مرکزی دفتر تحکیم وحدت، امروز چهارشنبه 15 اردی بهشت ماه برگزار شد.

به گزارش ادوارنیوز، صبح امروز و با حضور وکلای خانم بهاره هدایت، آقایان پوربابایی و نجفی، دادگاه این فعال سرشناس دانشجویی در شعبه 28 دادگاه انقلاب اسلامی به ریاست قاضی مقیسه برگزار شد و بیش از دو ساعت به طول انجامید.

در این جلسه کیفرخواست بهاره هدایت که حاوی 6 عنوان اتهامی و 15 مورد اتهام بود قرائت و وکلای مدافع نیز با رد کلیه این اتهامات به دفاع از موکل خود پرداختند.

بهاره هدایت دی ماه سال گذشته و اندکی پس از حوادث روز عاشورا در تهران بازداشت شد.

Source: HRANA
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