Iran sentences Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe to ANOTHER year in jail for

An Iranian court has actually sentenced British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to an one-year prison term, her attorney Hojjat Kermani told Emtedad news site on Monday.

‘ Nazanin Zaghari was sentenced to one year in jail and one year restriction from leaving the country on charges of propaganda versus the Islamic Republic,’ Hojjat Kermani told the site.

He added that she has not yet been summoned to prison which he prepares to appeal the sentence within 21 days under Iranian law.

Zaghari-Ratcliffe was released from home arrest in mid-March, at the end of a five-year jail sentence, however she was ordered to stay in the nation to go to court on another charge.

An Iranian Revolutionary court has actually sentenced British-Iranian aid employee Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe to an one-year prison term and she is banned from leaving the country for a year

Kermani said the charges associate with a demonstration in London 12 years and for providing an interview to the BBC Persian Service, the BBC reported.

The case was heard in the Revolutionary Court, in front of the same judge who carried out Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s earlier hearings.

Her spouse likewise verified the sentence to the BBC, stating he thought the conviction was ‘plainly a working out method’ by the Iranian authorities to get take advantage of in speak to restore the nuclear offer.

Boris Johnson stated that the Federal government will be ‘working very hard’ to secure Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s release.

The Prime Minister told press reporters throughout a visit to Wrexham: ‘Clearly we will need to study the detail of what the Iranian authorities are stating.

‘ I don’t think it is right at all that Nazanin should be sentenced to any more time in prison.

‘ I think it is wrong that she exists in the very first location and we will be working extremely hard to protect her release from Iran, her ability to return to her family here in the UK, simply as we work for all our double national cases in Iran.

‘ The Federal government will not stop, we will enhance our efforts, and we are working with our American buddies on this issue too.’

Kate Allen, Director at Amnesty International UK stated: ‘This is horrible news, and even more evidence of the unbelievable cruelty of the Iranian regime. It’s really devastating for Nazanin, Richard and Gabriella.

‘ We fear that returning to jail will be almost too much for Nazanin to bear.

‘ Nazanin’s first trial in 2016 was grossly unfair – a common Revolutionary Court sham trial on trumped-up national security-related charges. After yet another sham trial and another harsh sentence it’s time, undoubtedly, for the UK federal government to say sufficient is enough.

‘ In the greatest terms possible, the Federal government needs to contact the Iranian authorities to instantly and unconditionally release Nazanin and enable her to return home.

‘ This extending of Nazanin’s suffering has raised the odds to such a degree that the UK government need to surely now act. The ball is back in the UK’s court and it needs to respond firmly.

‘ Today is a dreadful problem – there’s no doubt about that. However felt confident, the campaign to complimentary Nazanin will not end up until she’s out of jail, out of the country, and resting on a flight back to Britain.’

Mr Ratcliffe, an accounting professional from West Hampstead, North-West London, stated he was trying to protect the couple’s child, Gabriella, now 6, from the tension he and his spouse have actually suffered

Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a project supervisor with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, was arrested at a Tehran airport in April 2016 and later on convicted of outlining to overthrow the clerical establishment.

She was held for many years in the notorious Evin jail, where she was interrogated while blindfolded.

In a video interview with independent detectives in mid-March, Zaghari-Ratcliffe explained five years of ‘traumatising’ torture at the hands of Iranian authorities.

The 43-year-old exposed she was threatened with execution and the torture of her family.

She was also chained and forced to use a blindfold in prison where she suffered sensory and sleep deprivation.

The British-Iranian aid worker, from North London, was interrogated for as much as nine hours at a time in singular confinement.

She was bombarded with brilliant lights and roaring TVs to avoid her sleeping.

In the private investigators’ report, seen by the BBC, she is priced quote as stating authorities threatened to eliminate her child Gabriella, now 6, who was with relatives at the time

In the detectives’ report, seen by the BBC, she is estimated as saying officials threatened to eliminate her daughter Gabriella, now six, who was with relatives at the time.

She said they informed her that her British partner Richard ‘was a spy, that he had actually currently left me, that he was lying to me, that he worked for the British intelligence service.

‘ They stated he was unfaithful. They stated he was not an accounting professional which he had actually always been lying to me. They told me I had actually been fired from my task.’

She informed investigators she was restricted to a 6ft by 5ft cell throughout holding cell.

She stated: ‘The light was left on all the time. There was only a filthy mat on the flooring with a thin blanket to sleep on. There were times I could not breathe.’

In 2018 she spent a week in a psychiatric health center with her hands and feet chained to the bed. In prison her hair started to fall out and she was too weak to go up to the top bunk in a ward where she was being held.

As an outcome of the report, which was commissioned by human rights charity Redress, she was diagnosed with trauma, depression and obsessive compulsive condition.

Zaghari-Ratcliffe invested four of a 5 year jail sentence in jail. She invested the in 2015 of her sentence under home arrest in Tehran.

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