18/06/2020 admin

Dual Australian-British academic serving 10 years for spying is ‘severely beaten and drugged for forming a protest choir’ in her hellish Iranian jail

Jackson Barron, Daily Mail Australia
A British-Australian academic serving a ten-year sentence for espionage has been beaten and drugged for forming a choir in her Iranian jail, sources claim. Kylie Moore-Gilbert was left with wounds to her hands and arms and severe bruising all over her body after being attacked by guards. She was beaten in retaliation for sending messages to new inmates, and for starting a prison choir which sang and hummed as a form of protest, sources close to her family told The Times. Read more.