Two Iranians Sentenced For Spying On The United States

Ahmadreza Mohammadi-Doostdar, 39, a dual U.S.-Iranian citizen, and Majid Ghorbani, 60, an Iranian citizen and resident of California, have been sentenced to prison terms of 38 months and 30 months, respectively, for their criminal convictions relating to their conduct conducting surveillance of and collecting identifying information about American citizens and U.S. nationals who are members … More Two Iranians Sentenced For Spying On The United States

Iran /USA Prisoner Swap – Espionage Charges v Trade Violations

Iranian and US Authorities have confirmed that a prisoner swap took place simultaneously in Zurich, Switzerland. The prisoner swap involved Xiyue Wang, a graduate from Princeton University, who was detained in August 2016, then in July 2017 was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran on espionage charges and Massoud Soleimani, a 49-year-old professor … More Iran /USA Prisoner Swap – Espionage Charges v Trade Violations

Cairo Court Sentences 6 on Charges of Espionage for Iran

In Egypt, The Supreme State Security Criminal Court sentenced an Al-Azhar professor to 15 years in prison and a fine of  500,000 (Egyptian Pound) while sentencing five others to life in prison with a 500,000 fine each, on charges of espionage for Iran. The computer used by the defendants was confiscated and placed under the … More Cairo Court Sentences 6 on Charges of Espionage for Iran

Iran says it has sentenced Iranian woman to 10 years for spying for UK

Reuters has reported today (13/05/2019), that Iran said it had sentenced an Iranian woman to 10 years prison for spying for Britain, as tension rises between Tehran and some Western countries over its nuclear and missile programs. “An Iranian who was in charge of Iran desk in the British Council and was cooperating with Britain’s … More Iran says it has sentenced Iranian woman to 10 years for spying for UK