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Published on 30 Nov 2010 | over 6 years ago

The last words of a woman hanged in Iran.
This Video is last words of Shala Jahed via telephone with her relatives on Wednesday 30 November 2010 just a few hours before execution the sentences by hanging. Shahla Jahed was executed by hanging on December 1, 2010 at 5am local time at the Evin prison, north of Tehran. In this Video Shahla Jahed speaking strongly and firmly she was not scaring or shaking on death. She said that she hadn't a diary. She asked to her relatives that appreciate all her supporters and all activities all over the world whom were working to save her from execution.
Shahla Jahed had been a 'temporary wife' of Nasser Mohammad Khani, a former striker for the Iranian national football team.

She had spent more than eight years - 3,063 days - in prison after her conviction, although based on some important real facts in her juridical procedure; confession was forced out of her. She had repeatedly retracted the confession at her public trial. Shahla Jahed has never had a fair trial in Iran and has always insisted that she is innocent. Also A spokesman of Amnesty International said: 'There are good reasons to suggest that she may have been wrongly convicted.' Amnesty said that in early 2008 the judiciary overturned the verdict and ordered a fresh investigation, citing 'procedural flaws'.

Short Biography of Shahla Jahed

Shahla Jahed (1970 -- 1 December 2010) was an Iranian woman who was sentenced to death in June 2004 for murdering Laleh Saharkhizan, the wife of her boyfriend (under a temporary marriage) on October 9, 2002. International Committee Against Execution (ICAE) has campaigned for her release since she was jailed more than eight years ago. One day before the execution Amnesty International made a last-minute appeal for the sentence to be halted, saying Jahed had not received a fair trial. Mohammadkhani first faced charges of adultery which were later dropped, although he was sentenced to 74 lashes for drug-taking after the court heard he had smoked opium with Jahed. The Iranian courts halted the execution of Shahla Jahed when the case of Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani became public.

Jahed was executed on December 1, 2010 at 5am local time at the Evin prison, north of Tehran. The victim's son was allowed to pull the stool from under her feet.
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