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Originally posted by thehoneycomb
reply to post by TXTriker
Sure I agree.
But I think this may have more than likely been an assasination.
The shooter did not jack her car or take anything, he just shot her and fled the scene. Then the boyfriend declined to comment. (I pay attention to body language.) I do not think he was an accomplice. But I do think maybe he had some idea what had happened and was in a state of shock and feared commenting, plus he had not yet taken the time to reflect on the situation before he was asked to comment.
Sadeghnia's name appears among the trove of U.S. government documents recently posted by the WikiLeaks website. A confidential Jan. 21 diplomatic cable from the U.S. Embassy in London says Sadeghnia admitted being an Iranian agent and conducting surveillance on two anti-Iranian government broadcasters — London-based Voice of America commentator Reza Nourizadeh and Jamshid Sharmahd, who runs Los Angeles-based radio programming for opposition group Tondar.
Sadeghnia, who lived for years in Ann Arbor, Mich., was arrested in July 2009 by police at a hotel near the Los Angeles airport. Prosecutors say he tried to hire a hitman to kill Sharmahd for $32,000. The man rejected the offer, police said, and agreed to testify against Sadeghnia, who pleaded guilty >>>
Originally posted by haven123
from those local news article i recon ex took a hit out on her perfect exuse he's with his curent girfriend 1'st alabi,he was convenitnly on the phone to her leaving a data trair proving he was knowere near.plust being on the phone he would know wer she was the give the go to the killer and do her in.
Originally posted by lbndhr
Personally im pointing my American finger directly at Iran. They in my opinion want to start war, if she was an activist for woman rights in Iran living here in America, we Americans have no reason I see to kill her. I believe my gov is corrupt but I also believe my country had nothing to do with this.
What about another woman, an Iranian-American? But unlike the two I’ve previously mentioned, she is—I’m sorry, I need to rephrase that into another tense, past tense. She was a brilliant medical student in Houston, Texas, and she was gunned down in her car last week. Her name was Gelareh Bagherzadeh. What was her crime? Nothing more than speaking out for women’s rights, particularly the women of Iran who are horribly abused and subjugated by the insecure male mullahs. My guess, and it’s only a guess based on 35 years of law enforcement and military police experience, that when the suspect is found, the assailant, that individual will be found to have disagreed with her right to speak out. The investigation’s ongoing, we’ll see.