Though Iran has released one of the three American hikers it detained on espionage charges after they allegedly crossed the Iran-Iraq border, the fate of the two men still in custody will be decided by the Middle Eastern nation's court system. On Wednesday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told NBC News that he will not intervene in the situation and that the hikers must "prove that they didn't want to commit any offense," despite the fact the country's citizens "are not happy to see other people prisoners." Sarah Shourd was released after 13 months in Evin Prison after Omani officials negotiated a $500,000 bail. Proceedings to convict her of espionage will take place despite her absence.
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