The death sentence of Haidar Ghorbani was upheld by the Supreme Court

The death sentence of Haidar Ghorbani, a Kurdish political prisoner imprisoned in Sanandaj Central Prison, was upheld at Branch 27 of the Supreme Court in Qom.

According to a reliable source, this political prisoner was sentenced to death in the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Sanandaj on charges of "rebellion" and the Supreme Court upheld this sentence.

This reliable source added: The case of this political prisoner has been sent to the Kamyaran Public and Revolutionary Prosecutor's Office for execution.

Haidar Ghorbani, a Kurdish political prisoner sentenced to death in Kamyaran, was arrested in late October 2016 and was accused by security forces of being involved in the "assassination" of several government agents.

In March of that year, English-language Press TV aired a documentary called "Death Driver" and aired a video of the Kurdish political prisoner's forced confessions.


on October 6, The political prisoner was charged with "inflicting gunshot wounds and injuries, aiding and abetting in premeditated murder, attempting to escape prosecution and trial, directing in premeditated murder, committing premeditated murder, affixing a license plate to another car," The beginning of kidnapping and the acquisition of stolen property "was tried in Branch 1 of the Sanandaj Criminal Court.

This political prisoner was sentenced to three times imprison in Branch 1 of the Sanandaj Criminal Court 1, for each one 30 years in prison for three counts of complicity in "premeditated murder" and "collaborating with one of the Kurdish opposition parties in the Iranian government" was convicted by applying the second sentence under Article 134 of the Islamic Penal Code.


Also, Branch 1 of the Sanandaj Criminal Court 1 sentenced this Kurdish political prisoner to two counts of one lash, each with a total of one hundred lashes for two counts of stealing two Peugeot 405 , and attaching fake License plate, two counts of imprisonment for fifteen months each for two counts. , for six years imprisonment for the crime of kidnapping, for three times imprisoning each for four years for trying to help the accused (by applying the second paragraph of Article 134 of the Islamic Penal Code) had condemned.


Haidar Ghorbani was tried in the First Branch of the Revolutionary Court of Sanandaj on the charge of "rebellion" and on Tuesday, January 28, 2020, the death sentence on the same charge was officially announced to him in Sanandaj Prison.

The case of this political prisoner has been investigated by the First Investigation Branch of the Kamyaran Prosecutor's Office, the Intelligence Police and the Kamyaran Ettelat Bureau.