April 13, 2015 7:30 am -


Jason Rezaian, a Washington Post reporter detained in Iran since July, is accused of “espionage” and “acting against national security,” local media reported Sunday, without providing any specific trial date for the case. Rezaian, who is the Post’s Tehran bureau chief and holds dual citizenship of the U.S. and Iran, is accused of obtaining sensitive economic…


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One response to US Journalist Held In Iran To Stand Trial On Espionage Charges

  1. granpa.usthai April 13th, 2015 at 12:17 pm

    emerging governments usually resort to such tactics in order to have their voice heard. Iran ‘s government is certainly mature enough and important enough in world view to not have to resort to such childish behavior. Once their leaders realize they are dealing with an Honorable man who will keep his word (POTUS Obama) I’m sure they will reassess their situation and actions and this will in and of itself warrant the release of Mr. Rezaian. Mature adults who negotiate on equal grounds always do.