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Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani's Attorney Arrested, Placed in 'Nightmare' Prison

T.C.7 Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 5:59 PM
Obama will get right on this. In fact, I'll bet he'll do the same for Al Dadkhah as he did for our murdered ambassador. Which is.. NOTHING!
TruthorDie Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 7:08 PM
Oh, Yeah!


[Have the PREVENTABLE deaths of our Benghazi staff taught us anything? Chris Stevens et al. ]

He was a "bump in the road",
Now a bump in the earth.
While we join with his family in grief.
He foresaw grievous danger,
But petitioned in vain,
To "THE WON" who could offer relief.

His defiled remains now shout: “TRAITOR,
As his life and his faith are besmirched,
By appeasement, even tribute, to killers,
Who laugh at his blood on their earth.
May we find some small solace in learning
Those harsh lessons now known from his death:

If you’re under attack when Barak’s got your back,
Then you know that you’ve breathed your last breath.

pow1000 Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 6:19 PM
The same thing he did for the Dr., who helped us get Bin Laden: NOTHING from 0bama. The Dr. sits in prison. 0bama doesnt care.
JasonCharleston Wrote: Oct 02, 2012 6:58 PM
You have to get rid of all the people that could take more credit for the death of Bin Laden. The doctor is a liability and was thrown away like garbage.
Muslim human rights attorney Mohammad Ali Dadkhah, who successfully represented Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, was imprisoned this weekend in one of Iran’s most infamous penitentiaries: Evin Prison.

The Iranian government previously sentenced Dadkhah to nine years in prison for defending Pastor Nadarkhani, who Iran accused of apostasy. The government also forbid Dadkhah to practice or teach law for ten years, fined him $1,900 and gave him the choice of either five lashes or an additional $450 fine. But, the attorney settled an agreement that allowed him to continue representing Pastor Nadarkhani, preventing him from facing punishment.

However, Iran has now sentenced...