Iranian justice, whatever that might be, was meted out to Ali Akbar Siadat who allegedly confessed to spying for Israel's secret service, the Mossad.
There is no indication in any of today's reports when Siadat was tried, when the verdict was rendered, or if there was an appeal.
Read the following report, Ali Akbar Siadat hanged by Iran for relaying sensitive data to Mossad, and explain to me what constitutes "confronting the Iranian republic."
Well, that's what I have to say.
Stephen M. Flatow