Names of women dead/arrested (English via Google Translator)
6:11 pm: Judiciary has ordered Iranian ISPs and Web based service providers to give them info (including IPs) of users.
Evil assclown of the day: Incoming IAEA chief: No evidence Iran seeking nuclear weapons. Those perverse lilliputians over at the Nobel Foundation in Stockholm, Sweden, must be polishing up their next award for this tool (it will stand next to El Baradei's, Yaser Arafat's, Dhimmi Carter's and Al Whore's).
5:26 pm: 20 PEOPLE WERE EXECUTED IN TEHRAN TODAY JULY 4
4 July 2009
On July 3., Iran Human Rights warned that 29 prisoners were scheduled to be executed in Tehran today July 4.
Iran Human Rights is investigating whether among those (...)
2:55 pm: Execution Update: 20-Tehran; 14-Shiraz; 6-Qom; 6-Evin Prison. 14-scheduled in Qom. More tomorrow.................
While the Obama administration continues to vigorously pursue the criminalization of Bush and Bush officials for defending the American people against Islamic jihad, Obama abets the mullahs in Iran. Iran will execute another 20 people tomorrow. Obama? Silent.
Another 29 people will be hanged for peacefully marching for one man one vote, and Obama will block sanctions against these bloodthirsty murderers at the coming G8 summit.
At the same time, John Yoo, an ex-Justice Department attorney who wrote memos justifying harsh interrogations of terrorism detainees, lost his bid to dismiss a lawsuit blaming him for alleged violations of a detainee’s rights: Yoo, Bush Administration Lawyer, Must Face a "Torture Lawsuit". Jose Padilla, a Muslim terrorist who planned a nuclear attack in America, claims that Yoo’s memos led to a system under which he was subject to coercive interrogations and cruel and unusual punishment while being denied his right to an attorney, access to courts, freedom of religion and due process. Yoo, his colleagues, and those brave men at GITMO (who get feces and urine thrown at them daily) saved thousands (perhaps millions) of American lives. Obama says, respect Islamic jihad!
Yoo argued that, as a government official, he was immune to such lawsuits. He didn’t personally participate in Padilla’s treatment and decisions about the government’s conduct during war should be decided by the president and Congress, he said.
Obama's silence speaks volumes. The man never shuts up. Who else is sick and tired of his daily seizing of the airwaves for his dose of dear leader propaganda?
The Wall Street Journal opined, "Here's a political thought experiment: Imagine that terrorists stage an attack on U.S. soil in the next four years. In the recriminations afterward, Administration officials are sued by families of the victims for having advised in legal memos that Guantanamo be closed and that interrogations of al Qaeda detainees be limited.
Should those officials be personally liable for the advice they gave President Obama?
We'd say no, but that's exactly the kind of lawsuit that the political left, including State Department nominee Harold Koh, has encouraged against Bush Administration officials. This month a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that a civil suit filed by convicted terrorist Jose Padilla can proceed against former Justice Department lawyer John Yoo for violating the terrorist's rights. Mr. Yoo is one of those who wrote memos laying out the legal parameters for aggressive interrogation of al Qaeda captives. If Mr. Yoo can be sued, why couldn't Obama officials also be held liable for their advice if there's an attack on their watch?"
According to news received by the
International Committee against Executions, 29 people are to be executed
tomorrow, Saturday, in Ghezal Hesar prison in Karaj. It has been reported that
the 29 have been separated from other prisoners. There is no information on
The executions are being carried out in order to intimidate people and is directed at the protesting people of Iran.
We are calling for people in Iran and everywhere to condemn the executions and exert pressure to stop them.
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