Moj Mahdara: ‘Zero’ confidence in Iran poisoning arrests

by NewsNation

Arrests have been made after the suspected poisonings at girls' schools in Iran. These poisonings come in the wake of protests across the country after the death of a 22-year-old woman who was detained by the country's morality police. Moj Madhara, the founding member of the Iranian Diaspora Collective, said despite the arrests, she has "zero confidence" that anyone will be held accountable. The regime in Iran, Madhara argues, has not been transparent, showing itself to be populated by bad actors.

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