Neda Soltani’s Story
From the Guardian:
She was 26, a philosophy student and a part-time travel agent, according to those who knew her. She was no rock thrower at the vanguard of a movement for regime change , but, according to her fiance, Caspian Makan, a young woman who may have ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Makan, said she had been in a car in central Tehran with her music teacher when they were caught in a traffic jam. He said the pair had left the car to escape the heat.
It was when she was walking down Karegar Street talking on her phone that the shot rang out.