اميرمصدق كاتوريان، مصاحبه با نرگس محمدي، همسر تقي رحماني <ENGLISH><TITLE>A Nationalist Prisoner’s Wife Tells of First Visit in 80 Days with Her Husband</TITLE><AUTHOR>Amir-Mossadegh Katouzian, interview with Nargess Mohammadi, Tehran</AUTHOR><TEXT>Taghi Rahmani, one of the 4 nationalist political prisoners accused of subversion, told his wife that, in the prosecutor's indictment, his articles and speeches were revised and misquoted to justify the charges of subversion against him, according to his wife Nargess Mohammadi, who was allowed a visit, after 80 days of no contact.
In an interview with RFE/RL, Nargess Rahmani says, her husband also managed to see his lawyer for the first time, but complained that, except for the indictment, he has not been allowed to see his file or any evidence the prosecutor might have against him.
Ms. Rahmani adds that, the indictment worries the family, since it seems to contain charges of blasphemy, in addition to previously revealed charges of subversion.</TEXT></ENGLISH>
خانواده تقي رحماني، يكي از زندانيان وابسته به ائتلاف ملي مذهبي، روز يكشنبه بعد از 80 روز بي خبري با وي ملاقات كردند. تقي رحماني علاوه بر براندازي نظام، احتمالا به ارتداد هم متهم شده است. خانم نرگس محمدي، همسر تقي رحماني در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي از اين ديدار مي گويد.