Concerns are growing over the possible execution of three more detained Iranian protesters, as reports say they have been transferred to solitary confinement.
Majid Kazemi and Saeed Yaqoubi arrested in Esfahan are reportedly taken to solitary confinement which is suggesting that they would be hanged soon.
Colleagues and family members of Majid Kazemi, who is sentenced to death have made a video appeal Saturday, demanding the release of the young protester.
In an audio file from prison on Friday, Majid Kazemi said he was forced to make false confessions under duress.
Saeed Yaqoubi and Saleh Mirhashmi are two other defendants in the case known as “Esfahan House” who have received the death penalty along with Majid Kazemi.
Saleh Mirhashmi said earlier that he has been tortured in detention and the agents have injured his ears and broken his teeth while beating him.
At the same time, Amir Nasr-Azadani, who used to play for several Iranian football teams, has released an audio file asking the sports community to support him.
Nasr-Azadani is another defendant in the case who earlier received a 26-year jail term. In his audio file, the former football player asked athletes and his friends to be his voice and support him.
The Islamic Republic accused several people in connection with an armed attack on November 16 on “Esfahan House” neighborhood claiming that two security forces and a police officer were killed by protesters.