Reporters Without Boarders said, "The Saberi case is the latest example of how Iranian authorities arbitrarily use spying charges to arrest journalists and tighten the gag on free expression."
She has been living in Iran for 6 years working on a book about the country's culture and people. She grew up in Fargo, was crowned Miss North Dakota and has worked for NPR and the BBC. She is also my friend from high school's very good friend from grad school. They studied journalism together at Northwestern.
On NPR this morning they said the best thing to do for Roxana is to keep her story in the news, not sure this silly little blog counts, but it's all I got.