The Prisoner of Tehran in Saskatoon
When she was 16, Marina Nemat was sent to prison.
It wasn't just any prison. It was one of the most feared political prisons in Iran.
A place known for torture and death.
Now, 30 years later, she is writing and talking about her experience.
But it took decades for her to get to this point.
She's the author of "Prison of Tehran".
Today she'll share her story in Saskatoon-- but first, she chats with Sheila Coles.
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