The use of forced confessions is standard practice in Iran’s judicial system. Journalists, writers, artists, scholars and political activists are time and again pressured to confess against themselves, and their false confessions are often broadcast on television.
Iranian journalist Siamak Ghaderi was imprisoned for four years in connection with his journalism activities. In this video, he recalls the story of an inmate who was forced to confess on TV.
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