Iranian Supreme Court begins examining Mohammadi's case
The case of Sakineh Mohammadi, the woman convicted of complicity in her husband's death, is under investigation at the Supreme Court, according to a Judicial official, IRNA reported.
Head of Justice Department at East Azarbaijan Province Hojjatoleslam Malek-Ajdar Sharifi told IRNA, 'The file is going through its legal procedure at a high level at the Judiciary. There is no ambiguous point in the file. All related reports and news have been released over the past months and no related subject is left untold.'
Sharifi said many news agencies and TV networks have prepared and broadcast diversified reports on the issue and 'in my opinion there is no ambiguity there.'
The official went on to say that the accused, her son and attorneys as well as provincial judiciary branch have repeatedly presented information on the file and from now on domestic and foreign reporters will face no restriction in preparing related news reports.
On execution of the stoning verdict in Mohammadi's case, Sharifi said execution or non-execution of the verdict is equally probable.