Three protesters to women\'s murder in Marivan were convicted to disrupt public order

Kurdpa Agency: Three protesters were accused to disrupt in public order for women\'s murderer in Marivan by the court.

According to a report by the Kurdistan Press Agency, on Saturday, May 18th, three protesters to women\'s murdered in Marivan named Diman Fathi, Mohammad Danesh and Somayeh Roozbeh, were charged with \"disturbing public order\" and released on bail.

These three activists were accused by the Fourth District of the Marivan court on \"disrupting public order\" that they were freed temporarily with the defense of their attorney with the bail of 25 million Tomans.

On Thursday, May 16th, a number of Marivan\'s civil activists held a protest rally with the slogan \"No violence against women\" and \"not to honor killings\" after the spreading news of women\'s murder and suicide in Marivan.

In this protest rally, a number of protesters were arrested by intelligence forces, including \"Diman Fathi, Somayeh Rozbeh, Mohammad Danesh, Koyar Khishkar, Heman Kany Sanani, Mojdeh Mardokhi and Hamid Ghobadi\".

Hamid Ghobadi, Heman Kani Sanani, Koyar Khishkar, Diman Fathi, Mojdeh Mardokhi and Somayeh Rozbeh were released after several hours of interrogation and Mohammad Danesh was released on May 17th.