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The family of an Iranian-American man held in Iran on spying charges says he was there to visit relatives and called the purported confession aired by Tehran "forced." Amir Mirzae Hekmati, a former U.S. Marine, was arrested in August while visiting his ...
CNN Security Clearance · 12/21/2011
I wouldn’t want to be Amir Mirzaei Hekmati ... of eliciting forced confessions, and of holding innocent Americans for political reasons.” This spirited high-level defense of Hekmati, who was arrested in late August shortly after he entered Iran ...
Counter Punch · ByDave Lindorff · 1/11/2012
In a video report broadcast last month, Amir Mirzaei Hekmati ... Any consideration of the remarks attributed to Mr. Hekmati since his arrest should take into account that Iran routinely broadcasts forced confessions on state television by foreign nationals ...
New York Times Blogs Thelede · ByRobert Mackey · 1/9/2012
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Behnaz Hekmati, mother of Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, said she and her husband Ali ... "The Iranian regime has a history of falsely accusing people of being spies, of eliciting forced confessions, and of holding innocent Americans for political reasons."
usatoday30.usatoday.com · 1/10/2012
Amir ... Mr Hekmati's death sentence. She added: "Allegations that Mr Hekmati either worked for, or was sent to Iran by the CIA are simply untrue. "The Iranian regime has a history of falsely accusing people of being spies, of eliciting forced confessions ...
BBC · 1/9/2012
White House spokesman Tommy Vietor said officials were still trying to learn the details of the sentence against Amir Mirzaei Hekmati. If true ... of eliciting forced confessions, and of holding innocent Americans for political reasons."
Mass Live The Republican · 1/9/2012
Amir Mirzai ... the letter. Hekmati appeared on Iranian state television in December 2011 confessing in Farsi and English that he was a US spy. In the letter, Hekmati said that the charges were false and that he was forced to make the confession.
Astro Awani · 9/12/2013
I wouldn’t want to be Amir Mirzaei Hekmati ... of eliciting forced confessions, and of holding innocent Americans for political reasons.” This spirited high-level defense of Hekmati, who was arrested in late August shortly after he entered Iran ...
Dissident Voice · ByDave Lindorff · 1/11/2012
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, "ON THE RECORD" HOST: 1,316 days that's how long Amir Hekmati, an American marine has been ... We were so quiet al that while he was being tortured forced into a confession, confined into 1 meter by 1 meter cell. This is …
Fox Nation · 4/7/2015
Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, a former U.S. Marine of Iranian descent ... “The Iranian regime has a history of falsely accusing people of being spies, of eliciting forced confessions and of holding innocent Americans for political reasons.”
Washington Post · ByThomas Erdbrink · 1/9/2012