According to Mr. Poor Abdollah this is the second letter in a row that he has written to the Judiciary head, demanding a meeting over his sons' situation but in vain.
Parts of this letter read;
It is now 40 days that Mohammad Poor Abdollah has been isolated in solitary confinement and the rest of those arrested simultaneously sent to Ghezel Hessar prison. Of course it is evident that detaining a suspect in solitary confinement under such conditions is –according to International Covenants of Human Rights – equivalent to "torture".
Recently you have been quoted in news media to have said "Prison is not to be used for revenge, torture and obtaining confessions".
How is it then that my son, who is only a student, has been kept in solitary confinement for 40 days? I have no doubt that you are aware how suspects are treated and looked after in solitary confinements to be forced into confessions.
In a separate speech you claimed: "If some one is imprisoned, his or her family would be under severe strain, and they should be cared for".
How is it then that;
-After one month of interrogation, only because my son refused to sign the proposed official testimony his temporary detention has been re-instigated, and he has been ordered transfer to Ghezel Hessar prison
-According to Mr.Mandegars'(Deputy Head of Judiciary) specific orders, he is not allowed to bail out for any amount after which his case has been transferred to the Court.
This action surely is to elongate the prison term of my innocent son and torment his family.
In view of the latter and considering that it is now 100 days that my son is in prison, rejecting the right to bail, and keeping a student in a ward of criminals intercepted for heavy and dangerous crimes and addiction, is not taking revenge and torture"?
Do you not think that these illegal actions are in contradiction to your comments and beliefs and the Judiciary system?
I ask your honor to order the review of my sons' innocence in order to pave the way for his freedom.