Roxana Saberi, the American repoter kidnapped by the  moo-las of Iran, has been released, Wall Street Journal:

TEHRAN — Roxana Saberi, a 32-year-old Iranian-American journalist detained here for more than three months, was freed on Monday after an appeals court suspended her eight-year sentence on espionage charges.

The court upheld the spying charges against Ms. Saberi, but reduced the sentence to a two-year suspended prison term, according to her lawyer


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she was “heartened” by Ms. Saberi’s release but that the U.S. continued “to take issue with the charges against her and the verdicts rendered

Nice to see that Saberi has been freed, but kidnappers only release their victims after they recieve their ransom.    Is Mrs.  Clinton really so dumb as to believe that Iran simply released Saberi out of goodness of their hearts, or the result of some Obamatard smart diplomacy?    Can we see a show of hands?

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3 Responses to “Roxana Saberi Released”

  1. <a href=”ed’>“>ed hardy</a>

  2. we are all grateful that Roxana has been freed and her sentence has been reduced to two years. whatever the government did or whatever the reason is for this judgment, we’ll just hope that it’s for the good of the people and the country.

  3. I agree it is good to see Roxana Saberi released.  Sadly, the method of release may cause more harm than good.  The Obama admininstrations has a very large problem distinguishing good from evil.  Making organized crime pay, is not good for security and the government of Iran is really just organized criminals. 

    While it is important to rescue victims of crime, it even more important to deter future criminal activity.