Jailed Iranian Activist Nasrin Sotoudeh....
'One afternoon, on a late spring day in 2018, a group of officers from the
Iranian Prosecutor’s Office and the Ministry of Intelligence came and
arrested me while I was home alone. They took me to Evin Prison in a
green taxi. In absentia, I had been sentenced to five years in prison
for my work as a women’s rights and human rights attorney. A few months
later, seven more charges were added, and I was given a total of over 33
years in prison plus 148 lashes. The heaviest of these sentences was 12
years for “promoting immorality and indecency.”'