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In June 2014, Azerbaijan's Supreme Court denied Mamedov's appeal, the report said.His lawyers filed an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights, which in November 2014 started the first stages of communication with Azerbaijani authorities, a necessary step before the court can begin work on the case, reported.Azerbaijan's interior ministry said in a statement that Mamedov had undermined the country's security in articles for , through interviews with the Iranian broadcaster Sahar TV, and in unnamed books that he was alleged to have translated and distributed.The statement denounced domestic and international protests against Mamedov's imprisonment and said the journalist used his office to spy for Iran.Aliyev's lawyer, Anar Gasimli, told the Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety, a local press freedom organization, that Aliyev said investigators tortured the journalist in custody and pressured him to admit he had drugs in his possession. According to the institute, Gasimli said police threatened to plant narcotics in the editor's apartment and file more serious charges against him.In January 2013, authorities brought additional charges against Aliyev-illegal import and sale of religious literature, making calls to overturn the constitutional regime, and incitement to ethnic and religious hatred, the institute reported.Aliyev's deputy, Parvin Zeynalov, told local journalists that the outlet's critical reporting on the government's religion policies, including perceived anti-Islamic activities, could have prompted the editor's arrest.
On December 9, 2013, the Baku Court for Grave Crimes sentenced Aliyev to 10 years in prison, according to the independent regional news website . (Voice of the Talysh), on June 21, 2012, on allegations that they had found about five grams of heroin in his pocket, the Azeri-language service of the U. government-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported. After his arrest, Baku police declared they found an additional 30 grams of heroin in Mamedov's home when they searched it the same day, news reports said.
In July 2014, the Supreme Court of Azerbaijan upheld the journalist's sentence. 14, outside Baku, according to and an August 2014 report on political prisoners in Azerbaijan by a group of lawyers, human rights defenders, and non-governmental organizations.
In late 2015, CPJ was unable to determine his health status.
and on regional and Russia-based news websites, according to Emin Huseynov, director of the local press freedom organization Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety.
Huseynov told CPJ that Mamedov had investigated the case of Novruzali Mamedov, 's former chief editor who died in prison in 2009. In July 2012, authorities lodged more charges against Mamedov, including treason and incitement to ethnic and religious hatred, news reports said.
Authorities have extended his pretrial detention several times.