Company ends contracts with Iran after cranes used in public hangings
Daily Caller / Amanda Seitz
14-Jul-2011 (4 comments)

A Japanese company said it has ended contracts with the Iranian government following a report that its cranes have been used for public executions.

Just days after United Against Nuclear Iran President Mark Wallace penned a July 6 opinion article in the Los Angeles Times stating that the Japanese crane company Tadano was one of several selling cranes to Iran, the company announced Tuesday it would cease making further Iranian deals.



by Fred on

There are other suppliers of cranes of death who need to do the right thing as Tadano did. Thank you Tadano.




French at least could make their own Guillotines

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

These morons have to import even what they need to kill and terrorise people.

 When are japanese going to stop buying the oil which is paying for all this rape and murder of Iranians?

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."

Anahid Hojjati

Thanks Fred

by Anahid Hojjati on

I was just very recenty reading about cranes of death in your blog and I was very saddened. Even though, I had known about it but still it is such an upsetting image. By the way. if you read my top ten blog, I hope you realize that it was all in good fun and I am a fan of your blogs for all the "Efshagaree" that you do.


Indeed, a big thank you.

by vildemose on

Indeed, a big thank you. This is great news. Thank you Fred for sharing.