The man said that he too was in the street that day. “She was with us,” he said. “Maybe one of us would have been killed that day. We are here to respect her, and all the martyrs they killed in the last days.”Another man who came to pay tribute said he found it amazing that the government was fighting against ordinary people. “Not even the politicians, or some students, but normal people in the streets,” he said in disgust. “All of us are in danger, like Neda,” said a third man at the grave site.