France’s International Ministry accused Iran of the practices of the “worst dictatorial regimes” after two of its residents appeared in video confessing to being members of the French intelligence providers, one thing the ministry denied categorically.
“The staging of their alleged confessions is outrageous, appalling, unacceptable and opposite to worldwide regulation. This masquerade reveals the contempt for human dignity that characterizes the Iranian authorities,” the ministry’s spokeswoman Anne-Claire Legendre stated in an announcement, demanding their rapid launch.
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“These alleged confessions, extracted below duress, don’t have any foundation, nor did the explanations given for his or her arbitrary arrest,” she stated describing them as “state hostages”.