Iranian Government Television Suggests Neda’s Death Was Faked
How brazen, bereft of credibility and worthy of unfettered international censure is the Iranian regime? This says it all:
Iranian state television has made a documentary about the death of Neda Agha Soltan, a young Iranian woman who was shot dead during the June postelection protests in Tehran, suggesting she was an agent of the United States and Britain who staged her own death.
Neda’s last moments were filmed on a cell phone and watched by millions of people around the world, becoming a symbol of democratic resistance to the regime.
The state-television documentary suggests the video of Neda’s dying moments merely depicted her pouring blood on her own face from a special bottle she was carrying. Later, the documentary alleges that 27-year-old Neda was shot dead in the car that was taking her to a hospital.
The only thing missing from this report — how did they leave the charge out? — is that she was really shot dead in a car by Israeli agents.
Just wait: that’ll be claimed soon, too.
(You heard it here first).
Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés of TMV, was one of the first to write about Neda’s murder. See here…
Claims that Neda’s death was faked are as credible as a claim that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad belongs to a synagogue in Boca Raton and owns a bagel factory in Queens.
A picture of Neda before she was murdered.