Freed Britons Speak Out, Describe 'Psychological' Pressure

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While they were captives, the British marines and sailors appeared to "confess" that they crossed into Iranian waters. Now home, they tell a very different story. Saying they were not in Iranian waters and that their televised confessions were made under duress, they say they were stripped, isolated and threatened with prison until they appeared on Iranian media for what they call "propaganda." We hear from the former captives and get reaction.



  • Terri Judd - Reporter for the Independent of London
  • Michael Williams - Professor of International Relations, University of London


Warren Olney