American-born journalist Jason Rezaian spent a year and a half in one of Iran’s toughest prisons. He was accused of espionage. Later, he realized he was a pawn in the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the U.S.
Jason Rezaian’s long imprisonment in Iran and the campaign to free him
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