Mon Aug 13, 2012 9:59AM
Iranian female imprisoned in the US has arrived home. Shahrzad Mirgholikan arrived at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Airport at 9:55 p.m. on August 12, 2012. She came from Oman where she arrived there a week earlier after being released from her almost 5-year incarceration in America. She was ecstatic about seeing her father who she hadn’t seen in 5years Shahrzad explained to Press TV that she was invited as a guest for a business expo by the US in late 2007. However the trip to the US had a connecting flight in Frankfurt, where German authorities told her: The nightmare began back on December 19 ,2007 when Shahrzad arrived at Miami’s International Airport in Florida. After being booked in felony charges Shahrzad was appointed a district court lawyer. Although court appointed lawyers are free for any person arrested in the 50 states of America, however in Shahrzad’s case: She served an 18-month sentence at Danbury Federal Correction Institution, a female prison in Florida. Then she was transferred to Waseca’s Federal Correction Institution in Minnesota and served another 3-years. At the end of a 5 year horrific journey Shahrzad Mirgholikhan was reunited with her family In conclusion Shahrzad told Press TV that the US who interferes in all other countries internal affairs acts truly inhumane with no decency to guests who visit America.