One of his charges includes sending emails regarding the ways to increase the use of electricity as a means of protesting the election results.
He was arrested in August of 2009 in front of his workplace and was transferred to an unknown location.
Aslani, 33, spent 185 days in solitary confinement of the IRGC run ward 2A and 70 days in the solitary confinement unit of Ward 209. He was then transferred to the ward 350 general ward. He has been sentenced to 4 years in prison.