Hmm. Not much there, is there:

"Who has proven their guilt? In front of which lawyer? Under torture and in solitary confinement?" the distraught mother said.

"They beat up my son when they took him from home to jail, his nose was bleeding all along, they told us we were lying and that we should stop giving interviews," Tajik said.

I look forward to National Review and the Wall Street Journal dismissing these accusations against the mullahs. Mere "enhanced interrogation" is not torture, is it?

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