Filmmaker Held in Detention Camps

Cyrus Kar went to the mid-East to film his documentary about an ancient Persion empire. He was picked up in Baghdad and is now in "a frightening netherworld of American military detention in Iraq – charged with no crime but nonetheless unable to gain his freedom or even tell his family where he is being held."


"I didn’t blame him for wanting to go," said Kamyar Abdi, an anthropologist at Dartmouth College who toured archaeological sites in Iran with Mr. Kar last year. "But I didn’t think under the present circumstances that it was a very good idea." 

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