Iran: Ganji's judge murdered

One of the more surprising twists in the on-going saga of imprisoned dissident journalist Akbar Ganji is the news that the judge in his case was murdered today in Tehran. Iranian blogger Mr. Behi wonders what this turn of events means in the larger scheme of things while webgardian links to a Farsi news account of the killing. Ganji has been on a hunger strike for more than a month; his condition has deteriorated to the point where he was transferred to a hospital last week.

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