Show Trials Begin.
The theocracy in Iran has started its prosecution of protesters in the wake of the fiddled election, the Guardian has more:
“The first trials of opposition political activists and protesters arrested after June’s disputed Iranian presidential election began today.
Up to 100 defendants were reported by Iranian media to be appearing before a court in the capital, Tehran, accused of violence following the 12 June vote.
The election sparked days of protests as thousands of Iranians took to the streets to denounce the official results, which declared victory for the incumbent president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.”
This is a statement from the reformist camp, via Google translation, make of it what you will.
The Huff Post suggests that they are not allowed lawyers and there is no jury.