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Reza Mohammad Hosseini, a pro-monarchy activist, was transferred to Evin Prison

Reza Mohammad Hosseini, a pro-monarchy activist, was transferred to Evin Prison on Wednesday, May 3, after completing the interrogation process and being informed of the charges at Branch 3 of Tehran's Prosecutor's Office. The charges against him include "communicating with dissident media to disrupt the country's security," "anti-government propaganda," and "gathering and collusion."

Reza Mohammad Hosseini was arrested on Tuesday, May 2, in Tehran by the intelligence forces of the Revolutionary Guards and was subsequently transferred to Section 1-A of the 'Sarallah Revolutionary Guards' headquarters after being subjected to physical assault.


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