Journalist Jason Rezaian On His 544 Days In Iranian Prison : Fresh Air After being accused of being a spy, 'Washington Post' Tehran Bureau Chief Jason Rezaian was held in Iran's notorious Evin Prison for two and a half years. Throughout it all, he never considered giving up on writing and reporting. He talked to Terry Gross about his imprisonment and release. His memoir is 'Prisoner.'
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Journalist Jason Rezaian On His 544 Days In Iranian Prison

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Journalist Jason Rezaian On His 544 Days In Iranian Prison

Journalist Jason Rezaian On His 544 Days In Iranian Prison

Journalist Jason Rezaian On His 544 Days In Iranian Prison

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After being accused of being a spy, 'Washington Post' Tehran Bureau Chief Jason Rezaian was held in Iran's notorious Evin Prison for two and a half years. Throughout it all, he never considered giving up on writing and reporting. He talked to Terry Gross about his imprisonment and release. His memoir is 'Prisoner.'