This is an account of a poor Iranian girl being shot and killed while protesting the election. Her last words are chilling and a reminder that the Bible is not a fairy tale.
Friends say Soltan, Panahi and two others were stuck in traffic on their way to the demonstration sometime after 6:30 p.m.
When they stepped out of the car to get some air, Panahi heard a crack and then realized Soltan was on the ground.
"We were stuck in traffic and we got out and stood to watch, and without her throwing a rock or anything they shot her," the Times quoted Panahi. "It was just one bullet."
"I'm burning, I'm burning!" Panahi recalls Soltan's final words.
Doctors, fellow protesters and medical staff at Shariati Hospital made heroic efforts to rush Soltan to surgery and save her, but she was reportedly dead by the time she arrived at the emergency room.