Melbourne University lecturer Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been held in the notorious Evin prison in Tehran since October 2018, serving 10 years for espionage.
- Dr Moore-Gilbert said in a letter that her health “has deteriorated significantly”
- She said she would not change her decision on the offer to spy for Iran under any circumstances
- Dr Moore-Gilbert said it was “inhumane” being denied opportunities to speak to her family
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