The closed trial opened on 10 February. An individual in the clothes of a prisoner, covered with a khaki jacket, enters the courtroom of the fifteenth chamber of the revolutionary court of Tehran. Cuffed, this man, 41-year-old with the physique in a chubby way attend, impassive, in his reading of the indictment by the prosecutor Abolghasem Salavati. The charges imposed by the town nicknamed the "torturer of iranian journalists" are particularly heavy. Ruhollah Zam, a journalist for iranian dissident refugee in France for seven years, is accused of " drains... Article reserved to subscribers
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The endless calvary of the French imprisoned in Iran, The tragic fate of Robert Levinson, american spy in Iran
Updated Date: 01 July 2020, 06:33