An Iranian woman who was vindicated to death by mineral for adultery is now opposite a new punishment of 99 lashes since a British newspaper ran a image of an unveiled woman mistakenly recognized as her, the woman's son said Monday.
Present was no official corroboration of the new sentence. The son, Sajjad Qaderzadeh, 22, said he did not know whether the new lashing verdict had been carried out yet, but heard about it from a captive who had recently left the Tabriz prison where his mother is being held.
The attorney who once represents Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani in Iran said from Paris that the state of affairs was not clear.
"Issue the photo provided a judge an reason to sentence my poor mother to 99 lashes on the charge of taking a image unveiled, Iran " Qaderzadeh told The Associated Press.