Who Is Roxana Saberi's Injustice?

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Roxana Saberi was born on the April 26, 1977, in the United States. Her father was Iranian and her mother was Japanese. She was working as an American freelance journalist. After the loss of her press pass, she stayed in Iran to research and to write her book about this country she fell in love with. On the morning of January 31, 2009, she was kidnapped by four strangers and detained in the notorious Evin Prison. Her imprisonment was kept secret from the public because she was accused of being a spy sent by the CIA. She denied countless times her charge. In the modern days, Iran is still a country where international human rights are often violated. They don 't have any freedom of speech and people get send to jail easily. On the first days of her imprisonment, she was harshly interrogated 3 to 4 hours a day. She was held in solitary confinement and cut off from the rest of the world. No matter what she answered to their questions, they never listened to one word that came out from her mouth. They had an extremely fixed idea of the situation and until she admits her guilt and cooperates with their plan, she won 't be set free for years. Worse, they even mentioned death penalty. She was allowed to make one phone call, but she was forbidden to tell anybody what 's truly happening to her. From Saberi 's lack of reaction and cooperation, they…show more content…
All the values and influences that led her to bring a change to herself was mentioned and explained in "The steps that led her to bring a change". These values, concepts and people highly influenced Roxana Saberi. Above all, her cellmates influenced her the most. She had very great and positive examples that helped her confront her interrogator. The most important values are freedom and integrity. It was either one or an other. From one point, she valued integrity more than her freedom. With her numerous support, she obtained both of them. During her stay in the Evin Prison, she encountered many women who fought
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