Negin Ghadamian, a Baha’i citizen, was releasedPublished by Ali on July 6, 2020
International Liberty Association: Negin Ghadamian, a Baha’i citizen who was previously sent on leave, from Evin Prison on 9 June, was informed of her early release on Sunday, 5 July, during a telephone call from the Evin Court’s Enforcement Unit. The Baha’i citizen has been in the women’s ward of the Evin prison since December 2017 to serve his five-year sentence.
Negin Ghadamian was arrested by security forces on 24 May 2011, and then was released on 50 million toman bail. In February 2013, along with eight other Baha’i citizens, she was sentenced to five years in prison by Judge Moghiseh in absentia on charges including “collaborating with the Baha’i Virtual University”.
Ms Ghadmian was arrested on 16 December 2017, at the airport while was going to a trip, and two days later she was transferred to the women’s ward of Evin Prison to serve her five-year sentence.
ILA: On Sunday, 5 July, during a telephone call from the Evin Court’s Enforcement Unit, she was informed of her early release.
Negin Ghadamian was born on 2 August 1983.