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Hćstiréttur Íran gúdderar morđ á "siđlausum" !

Iran reverses convictions for 'morally corrupt' killings

According to the Supreme Court's earlier decision, the killers, who are members of the Basiji Force, volunteer vigilantes favored by the country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, considered their victims morally corrupt and, according to Islamic teachings and Iran's Islamic penal code, their blood could therefore be shed.

Sjónvarpiđ sýndi um daginn breska heimildarmynd í tveim hlutum um lífiđ í Íran. Mér fannst á ţeim ţáttum ađ ţađ vćri djúp gjá milli meginţorra almennings í Íran og stjórnvalda, fólk vilji frjálslyndara umhverfi en ţađ lifir viđ. Ţetta er líklega enn eitt dćmiđ um ţađ.

The reversal Wednesday, in a five-year-old case from Kerman, in central Iran, has produced anger and controversy, with lawyers calling it corrupt and newspapers giving it prominent coverage

via MeFi

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