Saturday, April 18, 2009
American Journalist Convicted Of Spying For The USA In An Iranian Kangaroo Court
U.S. & Iranian Journalist Roxana Saberi pictured in Iran.
In June 2004 Ms. Saberi, filming footage of a ceremony marking
the 15th Anniversary of the death of Iranian Supreme Super Wizard Ayatollah Khomeini at his mausoleum .
Press cards for Roxana Saberi---Miss North Dakota Pagent released
this photo of Ms. Saberi.
On the 15 April, I wrote here that the Fascist Iranian regime, put
Ms. Saberi on Trial for Espionage. In January, she was arrested
by Iranian Authorities for attempting to purchase alcohol a crime punishable by death.
In 2007 when Ahmadinejad visited the United Nations, the Iranian Thug-in-Chief said, "...Iranian Women are freest in the world."
Today the Iranian Revolutionary Court announced that Ms. Saberi was convicted of spying in a kangaroo court behind closed doors and sentenced to 8 years in the notorious Evin Prison in Tehran.
A website has been sent up by Roxana Saberi Friends and a group
of concerned faculty, students and alumni of the Media School of Journalism, Northwestern University.
More here from Breitbart
Related: Profile---Roxana Saberi from BBC News
Asian American Journalists Assn. Deeply Concerned & Disappointed