Rev Bill Crews talks to Sean Turnell who had never been issued with so much as a parking ticket before he was thrown into a Myanmar prison accused of violating state secrets. The Australian economist had been working as an adviser to ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi when he was arrested in 2021 after the military seized power in a coup. He spent 650 days behind bars following a secretive trial in which he was convicted of being a spy. A year after his release Professor Turnell has published his extraordinary story. His book, An Unlikely Prisoner, is the tale of how he found hope in Myanmar's most notorious jail.