Siamak Ghaderi - Imprisonment’s Effect on Family Life
14 March 2016 by Editor

Iranian journalist Siamak Ghaderi was imprisoned for four years in connection with his journalism activities. During his time in detention, his family also faced harassment from authorities, who applied pressure on them financially and made it difficult for them to visit Ghaderi or obtain information about the legal details of his case. The pressure on Ghaderi’s family made his own ordeal even more difficult. Here he speaks about his imprisonment’s effect on his family.  

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