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January 9, 2012
American charged with “spying” sentenced to death in Iran
He has 20 days to appeal under Iranian law: Amir Hekmati, a 28-year-old former U.S. Marine who holds dual Iranian and American citizenship, was sentenced to death ”for cooperating with the hostile country … and spying for the CIA,” according to Iran’s Fars news agency. His family disputes the claims, saying they believe the verdict wasn’t fair. ”Amir is not a criminal,” they said in a statement. “His life is being exploited for political gain.” source
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He has 20 days to appeal under Iranian law: Amir Hekmati, a 28-year-old former U.S. Marine who holds dual Iranian and American citizenship, was sentenced to death ”for cooperating with the hostile country … and spying for the CIA,” according to Iran’s Fars news agency. His family disputes the claims, saying they believe the verdict wasn’t fair. ”Amir is not a criminal,” they said in a statement. “His life is being exploited for political gain.” source

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