It is being reported by CNN that American journalist, Roxana Saberi, has been released after being convicted in Iran of espionage and sentenced to eight years in prison.
Suffice it to say that this is a small victory in the unending search for justice. Ms. Saberi's secret, one day trial should not have, in any estimation of the word "justice" been allowed to stand, and for today, in this one small way, that blind lady has prevailed.
Here is credit to all who fought and prayed for Ms. Saberi to be freed.
Blessed are those that hunger and thirst for justice for they shall be filled.
Allow this to be an example to the rest of the world that even in a totalitarian/theocratic regime such as Iran, justice and righteousness can be served. Let this be an example to us that secret trials, with predetermined results, are not justice, and that we do more for our own cause by hewing to our core values of truth and justice than by secrecy and vengeance.