What Is to Happen to Me Tonight?

The Iranians subject a TIME reporter to a mock execution

The parades are over, the banners and yellow ribbons have been taken down, and America's freed hostages are settling in. Yet the aftermath of their ordeal continues to capture headlines. An American imprisoned in Iran for eight months, Freelance Journalist Cynthia Dwyer, was tried as a spy last week; she was reportedly found guilty early this week, sentenced to time already served and ordered deported. Marine Sergeant Gregory Persinger filed a lawsuit against the Iranian government seeking at least $140,000 in damages suffered because of his captivity. And new details about how...

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