A British-Australian lady imprisoned in Tehran has said she dismissed an idea from Iran to turn into a government operative.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a teacher at Melbourne University, has been in prison since September 2018, serving 10 years for secret activities.
In letters snuck out of Tehran’s Evin jail, she says has “never been a covert agent” and fears for her emotional wellness.
She says she has been denied visits and telephone calls and has been held in an “amazingly prohibitive confinement ward”.
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Concentrates of the letters have been distributed in the Guardian and Times.