In the Bizarro World, everything is well, bizarre! The planet is a cube; everything ugly is beautiful; everything is sort of the opposite of Earth.
Welcome to Iran!
In the real world, when a person is accused of a crime, evidence is presented to support the charge. Some sort of due process is used to deal out justice.
In the Bizarro World of Iran, not so much.
Take the case of Ebrahim Hamidi. He was arrested two years ago in Iran and charged with “lavat” (sodomy), a crime that is punishable by death.
Hamidi and three friends were involved in a fight with members of another family. Part of the charges leveled against them were that they had assaulted a man and attempted to abuse him sexually.
After three days of alleged torture, Hamidi confessed, and his three friends were released in exchange for their testimony against him.