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  • Thirty-Three Female Prisoners Demand Apology From Evin Prison Chief in A Letter

    2 November 2012, by Sadmin
    Change for Equality: According to the website Kalameh, 33 women currently serving their prison terms in Evin prison have written an open letter to the Chief of Evin Prison in Tehran, demanding an apology and acknowledgment of wrong doing in relation to a violent physical search, harassment of prisoners and search of the premises on October 31, 2012. Nine women have gone on hunger strike to protest his treatment, bringing the number of women prisoners on hunger strike at Evin to 10, (...)



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