The 16-year-old Iranian girl who was beaten in the subway because she took off her headscarf dies
Armita Geravand, 16, died.
At the beginning of October, she was beaten by the Moral Police, in the subway of Tehran. Same as Mahsa Amini, who had the same bad luck.
The news was announced by the state media.
She had fallen into an irreversible coma and the doctors who were treating her had already taken steps to inform her family that there was now no hope for her to survive.
The girl's parents had actually speculated in a recently published television interview, where they talked about a possible drop in blood pressure, believing that this was the cause of her illness. However, a friend who had witnessed the episode spoke on Iranian television about a sudden illness that had caused her to hit her head on one of the tracks.
But in the meantime, a clip had appeared in the media, from which it seems quite the opposite. She would be dragged out of the subway.