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Urgent Action: Tortured conservationists face death penalty

Eight detained conservationists could face the death penalty or long prison sentences, following a grossly unfair trial in which they were accused of trumped-up spying charges. Their charges stem solely from their conservation activities including carrying out research into Iran’s endangered wildlife. They have said they were subjected to torture and other ill-treatment.

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PLEASE SEND APPEALS BEFORE 22 APRIL 2019

 

Please write urgently in your own words or using the template letter included in English or Persian to:

 

Head of the Judiciary
Ebrahim Raisi
C/o Permanent Mission of Iran to the UN
Chemin du Petit-Saconnex 28
1209 Geneva, Switzerland
Twitter handle: @UN_Iran 
Salutation: Dear Mr Ebrahim Raisi

 

Also send copies to diplomatic representatives accredited to your country.

HIS EXCELLENCY Hamid Baeidinejad, Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 16 Princes Gate London SW7 1PT, Tel: 020 7225 4208-9 Fax: 020 7589 4440 Email: iranemb.lon@mfa.gov.ir www.london.mfa.ir

Please check with your section before sending appeals after the above date.

 

Please note that the best way to reach the head of the judiciary is to address a letter to him and send it via Iran’s diplomatic mission in Geneva and/or its diplomatic mission in your country. 

 

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