An Australian-British academic released after two years imprisoned in Iran on spying charges said she thanked supporters from the “bottom of my heart” Tuesday, saying they helped her through a “never-ending, unrelenting nightmare.”
And finally, here is the first photo of Kylie as a free woman, taken at Doha airport soon after her release.— Free Kylie Moore-Gilbert (@FreeKylieMG) December 1, 2020
In the end, love was enough. She's safe and home. Bless you all ♥️ pic.twitter.com/0XQpFDZeMt
Moore-Gilbert was released last week in a swap for three Iranians linked to a botched plot to kill Israeli officials in Bangkok.