Behrouz Javid-Tehrani was arrested in June of 2005 and spent 3 months in solitary confinement under physical and psychological pressure.
According to the Human Rights House of Iran, Javid-Tehrani made a complaint against his interrogators for the injuries sustained on his head during the interrogations but his complaint was never reviewed by the authorities.
He was tried and sentenced to 7 years in prison and 74 lashes which was upheld by the appeals court. His charges included anti-regime pr0paganda, insulting the Supreme Leader, gathering in front of the office of the United Nations and membership in the Democratic Front of Iran.
Contrary to the existing laws, he was taken to the Rajei Shahr Prison which is a place for holding criminals. He was beaten on numerous occasions by the guards and transferred to solitary confinement several times.
He has gone on hunger strike several times in order to protest the violation of his rights . He has also made complaints about having to change his prison ward frequently.
He is currently held in Rajaei Shahr Prison and has been denied furlough despite the fact that 6 years has passed since his arrest.
He was also arrested during the student protests of 1999 and served a 3 year prison term.