FROM Douglas Jehl
Washington Post Reporter Jason Rezaian Marks Year in Iranian Prison At the United Nations today, Iran was accused of flagrant human rights violations after a full year of what's called the "arbitrary and unlawful" detention of Jason Rezaian. Bringing the charge was his employer, the Washington Post . Douglas Jehl is foreign editor at the paper and Jason Rezaian's editor.
Detained American Journalist on Trial in Iran Iran is about to put an American reporter on trial for espionage — without telling him what the evidence is. There’s real concern that the proceedings may be held in secret. Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been in prison for ten months and is scheduled to go on trial next week in Tehran. The Washington Post has been very supportive of him. Jason Rezaian was born in the United States and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. His brother is Ali Rezaian.
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