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“ ‘Something is wrong.’ ” Shortly after Jason Rezaian called on Saturday afternoon, his wife — who was with Mary Rezaian — received a phone call from a man who did not give his name.He told the women to go to the domestic terminal of the Tehran airport and wait for instructions.As Salehi and her mother-in-law waited at the airport Saturday, a man wearing a surgical mask approached about 9 p.m. Salehi knew immediately the man was from the security services. The masked man sat them in a silver Peugeot and drove them to the airport’s diplomatic terminal. “I will be happy when I know my son has left here and has landed safely in another place,” Rezaian’s mother told them. When his wife walked in, he stood, wearing his wedding suit, she recalled.The women’s phones were taken away, and they were brought into a massive entrance hall. But first Salehi, then Mary Rezaian, were told they would have to speak on camera. Salehi had brought him the outfit a day earlier when prison officials requested clean clothing. And who knew when Iranian authorities would permit her to leave?
“I have been told I am leaving for the airport right now,” he said.
But “I promised him I would stay behind until things got resolved with Yegi,” his wife, she said. Saturday when Salehi and Mary Rezaian were brought into a vast, unheated reception hall with marble floors and portraits of Iranian leaders on the walls.
It was “colder than a meat locker,” Mary Rezaian recalled.
They knew the message was from the Iranian security services and hailed a taxi to the airport. Calls began pouring in from friends and relatives as Iranian news outlets announced the release of four Iranian American prisoners but did not give names.
On a television set at the airport, Salehi suddenly saw a news ticker confirming the deal. Salehi began “jumping, shouting, crying,” she later recalled.