Scott Lucas reports on that at Enduring America:
0940 GMT: The Arrests. Opposition advisor Mojtaba Vahedi has claimed in an interview that Mojtaba Khamenei, the son of the Supreme Leader, played a key role in the decision to arrest Mir Hossein Mousavi, Zahra Rahnavard, and Mehdi and Fatemeh Karroubi on Thursday night.
Vahedi asserted that Iran's judiciary, headed by Sadegh Larijani, was against the move but was overruled by the Supreme Thug's office.
Why do dictators always seem to breed such psychopaths. Saddem Hussein had two vicious sons. So does Khadafi. Mojtaba is another chip off the old bloc. One reason the Supreme Thug is attempting to oust Rafsanjani from a high position is so that he can make his psycho son his own heir in a sort of islamic monarchy. Thus the revolution comes full circle...from one monarchy to another.
Murderous Mojtaba, aka "Little Caligula" is also believed to have played a central role in rigging the elections and in the crackdown afterwards.
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