Haleh Esfaniari, director of the Middle East program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, went to Iran in 2006 to visit her ailing mother. But the Iranian government accused her of being a spy and threw her into prison. Reportedly, she hasn't been allowed to talk to her family in America since she was imprisoned, so her husband, Shaul Bakhash, is likely very concerned. And his mood probably wasn't helped when he received a letter from Citibank in May 2007 saying it had frozen his wife's account since she is now a "resident" of Iran. The bank says it is merely complying with U.S. sanctions against Iran.
"No injuries were reported."
No one has a right to a Facebook platform, but purges can and should be criticized.
"This book will not be on our store shelves, and we will not promote it. That said, it will remain in our online catalogue."
The First Amendment doesn't come with an exception for "disinformation."
History and precedent both support impeachment trials for former federal officials.