Free Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
16 March 2022
Nazanin finally released.
13 Nov 2021
Richard ends his hunger strike sayinghe had promised her he would end the protest, adding their child "needs two parents".
Richard Ratcliffe starts a protest hunger strike in Kings Street in London. He is hoping that the Prime Minister Boris Johnson will talk to him during his protest
28 April 2021
Iran has imposed an additional one years imprisonment on Nazanin and a further year long ban on leavening Iran. She was charged with spreading propaganda against the system. Nazanin has suffered severe physical and psychological impacts from the torture and ill-treatment she has received during the past 5 years.
12 March 2021
Nazanin Ratcliffe's five year sentence in Iran has come to an end. Her ankle tag has been removed but she is still unable to leave the country and has to attend court at the end of the week to face possible further charges.
28 March 2020
Nazanin has been temporally released and is at her parents home in West Tehran. She is required to wear an ankle tag during the release which restricts her movements to 300 metres from home. This means that she will not be able to visit her relatives homes.
Oct 16 2019
British-Iranian mum Nazanin
was brought in front of a parole judge after
spending over two years in prison for allegedly trying to
overthrow the Government, she was told that she won’t be released
until the UK pays a £400m debt owed to Iran since the 70s.
Richard said Nazanin, a 37
year old charity worker, was on holiday visiting her family in Iran. She
was at the airport returning to the UK on the 3rd April 2016 when she was
detained by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard. She was transferred to
an unknown location in Kerman Province, 1,000 kilometres south of
Tehran, and is being held in solitary confinement.
Recently Richard joined his wife taking
part in a hunger strike.
Mr Ratcliffe, 42, was born in Aldershot and went to school in Farnham and Salesian College in Farnborough.
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