Kylie Moore-Gilbert says it's her 'duty' to speak out for 'forgotten' political prisoners

Kylie Moore-Gilbert says it's her 'duty' to speak out for 'forgotten' political prisoners

Dr Moore-Gilbert was held in an Iranian jail for more than two years after she was arrested by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard upon checking into her flight home to Australia in 2018. Convicted of spying and sentenced to serve 10 years on espionage charges, she spent 804 days behind bars including seven months in solitary confinement. She has always denied those charges. In an interview with Sky News earlier this year, Dr Moore-Gilbert recalled being beaten by guards, injected with a tranquilliser and said she refused several requests to be recruited as a spy on the condition that she would be immediately released. British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert is seen on Iranian state television. Source: Iranian State Television When asked by SBS News about her fearlessness in speaking out about human …
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