'I've seen death. But Neda's innocence, the injustice of her death, and her gaze before she passed away means I can never heal.'

The Iranian doctor who tried to save Neda Soltan’s life after she was shot by Iranian government goons last summer, speaks from exile in Britain.

Pro-government stooges in Tehran, meanwhile, smear his name and demand his extradition.

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