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First they said she suffered a stroke, then they admitted she had somehow received a cerebral fracture without saying how, now they are forced to admit she died of a brain haemorrage after being beaten. Some unsubstantiated reports claim she died at the hands of Tehran’s public prosecutor himself who beat her with a shoe. Whether it was the public prosecutor or someone else in his pay who hit her so hard on her head that she died from the injuries might never be known, nor does it really matter. It’s clear that if the regime thinks it can get away with murdering foreign journalists it won’t be squeamish about dealing with it’s internal opposition.

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