Roxana Saberi speaks in Moorhead about fight against global injustice
MOORHEAD - In mid-2009, former imprisoned journalist Roxana Saberi was hoping to tell the story of two other women still at the Iranian prison called Evin, where she had spent 100 days before her release.
She had been interviewed by a global news organization and the interview was set to air June 25.
Unfortunately, pop artist Michael Jackson died that day and the interview was bumped. On Tuesday, Saberi said the interview ended up not running for a month.
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