Ali Saremi, a 62-year-old political prisoner in Iran spent 24 years in prison. He was executed 6 months ago for having visited his son in Camp Ashraf.
After Saremi's execution, his wife, Mahin Saremi who was herself recently sentenced to 10 years in prison, managed to escape the country. She is currently in France.
Mahin Saremi told her story to the Arabic language Asharq Alawsat Daily. You can see a partial translation to English below.
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