Iranian lawyer fights to save juveniles from execution

As part of Amnesty International's 2012 death penalty campaign the Guardian and animators from Sherbet tell the extraordinary story of Mohammad Mostafaei, a lawyer who has saved 20 of the 40 juveniles he has defended from execution in Iran. Actor Paul Bettany speaks the lawyer's words

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Comment by Hanna McLean on March 27, 2012 at 14:30

Powerful stuff. This is a terrible reality. It is good to know though that there is someone who is trying to do something about this. 

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