Women's Activist Assassinated by Iran on American Soil?

I'm just asking the question that is on every one's mind. I did a Google news search and so far no one is accusing the government of Iran of involvement in Gelareh Bagherzadeh's death. But all the stories have that not-so-subtle hint that this was no ordinary murder:

A woman whom Houston police described as an activist on behalf of Iranian women's civil rights was found shot dead at the wheel of her car after it crashed into a townhouse garage....

According to investigators, someone walked up to the passenger's side of 30-year-old Gelareh Bagherzadeh's car and shot her in the head....

Bagherzadeh was part of Sabaz Houston, a local Iranian organization that supports the green movement against the current Iranian government. Her friends describe her as sweet and smart.

"I can't believe that she's gone," Lopez said. "I can't believe that somebody shot her. I don't know how that's even possible."

Bagherzadeh's purse and cell phone were still inside the car, so investigators are not sure what the motive for the killing may be.

If this was a political assassination, then clearly the Mullah's have lost their already feeble minds.

h/t: @webradius

Posted by: Rusty at 03:03 PM

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