After a week and a half, he emerged from his coma. He asked attendants to call his home phone, which they did. Everything that happened to him, just before or after his arrest, is officially “not known.”
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Imminent Execution Risk for Hossein Esmailpur, Young Man Sentenced to Death for Murder of Well-Known Cleric in Doubt-Filled Case
November 30, 2018
October 10, 2018
Saleh Shariati At Risk of Execution for Murder Allegedly Committed at 16: Juvenile Sentenced to Death on No Convincing Evidence
September 28, 2018
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