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Mina said: "Atefeh sometimes talked about what these 'moral' Islamic policemen did to her while she was in jail. Atefeh said her mood swings made it easy for men to take advantage of her, and that most of her lovers were in the security force." Two of them were members of the anti-vice militia.

But human rights groups say the true figure could be much higher in a country where only half of the women can read, only one in 10 have a job and two-thirds are beaten in their homes.Every step of the way the troubled teenager plagued by mental problems shouted "repentance, repentance" as the militiamen marched her to the town's Railway Square.The Iranian judge who had sentenced Atefeh to death was left unmoved as he personally put the noose around her neck and signalled to the crane driver. She was found guilty of "acts incompatible with chastity" by having sex with an unmarried man, even though friends say Atefeh was in such a fragile mental state that she wasn't in a position to say no."Perhaps we should have helped her instead," said Hamid. After she died, there was no one to look after her." Mina, a childhood friend, said Atefeh was abused by a close relative."I think the death of her mother had a devastating effect. "She never dared talk about it with an adult," said Mina.

But human rights groups say the true figure could be much higher in a country where only half of the women can read, only one in 10 have a job and two-thirds are beaten in their homes.

Every step of the way the troubled teenager plagued by mental problems shouted "repentance, repentance" as the militiamen marched her to the town's Railway Square.

The Iranian judge who had sentenced Atefeh to death was left unmoved as he personally put the noose around her neck and signalled to the crane driver. She was found guilty of "acts incompatible with chastity" by having sex with an unmarried man, even though friends say Atefeh was in such a fragile mental state that she wasn't in a position to say no.

"Perhaps we should have helped her instead," said Hamid. After she died, there was no one to look after her." Mina, a childhood friend, said Atefeh was abused by a close relative.

"I think the death of her mother had a devastating effect. "She never dared talk about it with an adult," said Mina.

A local pharmacist watched Atefeh's execution on August 15, 2004. "Rezaii must have felt a personal grudge against her. I looked around and everyone in the crowd was sobbing and damning the mullahs." The family's lawyer has now filed a suit of wrongful execution against the judge and is preparing a murder case.