"Amir Mirza Hekmati was sentenced to death ... "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." The United States urged …
His family claim he was forced to make a false confession when he appeared on a state TV broadcast earlier this month. ‘We believe that this verdict is the result of a process that was neither transparent nor fair,’ Amir’s mother Behnaz …
"Amir Mirza Hekmati was sentenced to death ... "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." The United States urged …
Amir Mirzai Hekmati confessed ... accusing people of being spies, of eliciting forced confessions, and of holding innocent foreigners for political reasons." On Sunday, the Iranian TV report said Mr Hekmati had come to the attention of Iranian …
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Amir Hekmati, a U.S. citizen and ex-Marine ... “Former prisoners of Evin Prison have reported harsh interrogations, forced confessions, psychological and physical torture, and denial of access to medical care.” Dozens of guards “severely …
The White House denied that Amir ... Mr Hekmati either worked for, or was sent to Iran by the CIA, are false,” said a spokesman, Tommy Vietor. “The Iranian regime has a history of falsely accusing people of being spies, of eliciting …
The U.S. officials said Iran freed Rezaian, Marine veteran Amir ... CIA in a confession her mother and the U.S. State Department has said was forced and fabricated. He was later sentenced to death. The punishment was later overturned, …
The espionage charges against Arizona-born Amir Mirzaei Hekmati were similar to previous prosecutions ... a history of falsely accusing people of being spies, of eliciting forced confessions, and of holding innocent Americans for political …
"Amir Mirza Hekmati was sentenced to death ... "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." Hekmati's execution …