In 2009, after the suppression of green revolution in Iran and cheating in the election, many Iranian people came to streets and asked for their vote back. in this peaceful protests, many people were killed by the security forces. in between, Sane Jaleh, an Iranian student shot dead by police. he was in his third year of studies in the field of dramatic arts at the Department of Cinema and Theater at the University of Art, Tehran.
On Tuesday, February 15, the day after his killing, the Iranian "culture ministry's security chief" reported his death and stated that he was a "government supporter." Other pro-government news media sources reported he was a "Basij militia member" (a group of "plain clothes" Islamic militants noted for their attacks on opposition demonstrators with batons, metal chains, and firearms) "shot by opposition groups".
Though Saneh Jale was coming from western part of Iran, Pveh, his funeral was held in Tehran. On Wednesday his funeral was held the with a funeral process starting at the University of Art and ended in Tehran Univerity. as the authorities claimed Jaleh was one of the supporters of the regime, many of students of University of Art especially those who knew him held a gathering in the university campus to show their anger to Islamists who have such a claim. but the Islamists and fundamentals attacked university of art, made a demonstration against anti-regime people and claimed Jale was one of Islamists.The funeral procession and memorial service planned for Sane Jaleh by his classmates at the Art University campus was taken over by the Basij with "about 40 to 50" of Jaleh's classmates being "pushed into a corner", and held until they were told to "leave quietly and silently." A few were arrested. "police forces had blocked all the roads leading to the university" the day of the funeral, "and were only allowing in pro-government supporters."
In an interview with Voice of America, Persian, Sane Jaleh's brother stated that the government's allegations are false and without merit. He also said that his family has been put under pressure by the Iranian government to cooperate. He added that Mr. Jaleh’s Basiji Identification Card was issued after his death with the help of his cousin, who works for the Ministry of Information. He further added that the regime did not hand over his brother’s body to the family and that he is being buried by his murderers. Mr. Jaleh’s brother was arrested after his interview with Voice of America, Persian, and is currently in prison in the town of Paveh, in Kurdistan, Iran.