Former student activist Arash Sadeghi unexpectedly began serving his 19-year prison sentence in Tehran's Evin Prison on June 7, 2016 when he visited the jail to inquire about the official start date of his sentence. Sadeghi, 36, was sentenced to 15 years in prison in 2015 for “assembly and collusion against national security,” “propaganda against the state,” “spreading lies in cyberspace,” and “insulting the founder of the Islamic Republic.” His wife Golrohk Iraee, 35, was also given a six-month prison sentence for “insulting the sacred” and “propaganda against the state.” The cases were presided by Judge Mohammad Moghisseh of Branch 15 of the Revolutionary Court.
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