- The big news is that Rafsanjani is meeting with clerics in Qom and the moderate, pro-democracy Grand Ayatollah Al-Sistani of Iraq to discuss creating a new cadre of leadership to replace the Office of the Supreme Leader.
- The Guardian reports that the person who leaked out the alleged real election results has died in a mysterious car accident. The document with the results purported to be a secret document sent from the Interior Ministry to Ayatollah Khamenei, showing Ahmadinejad coming in a distant third place. The man who leaked it was Mohammad Asgari, who “was responsible for the security of the IT network in Iran’s interior ministry.”
- An Iranian has reported calling a friend, only to have someone else answer (probably a pre-recorded message) saying the person couldn’t be reached because they’ve been arrested for causing unrest.
- Someone who works in a Shiraz communications company has told the PMOI that all phone calls from outside Iran are being tapped.
- One prominent commentator is calling for a boycott of Germany’s Siemens and Finland’s Nokia if they don’t release information on how to defeat the Internet filtering and monitoring software they sold to the Iranians that are now being used to stifle dissent.
- Amir Abad Street is now being called “Neda Street” after the female student whose heart-wrenching death was captured on videotape and went viral.
- On June 21, on Piruzi Street, two IRGC operatives on motorcycles were injured by a molotov cocktail.
Click here for exclusive video of a demonstrator severly injured in Tehran on June 20.
Click “read more” for a photo of the banner of Ayatollah Khameini on fire, and photos of nurses and doctors protesting the regime on June 20. The one photo is of the agents trying to arrest a 20-year old demonstrator. The photo was sent to me with a note saying that he had run away from the police and was demonstrating, and when they tried to arrest him, he was thrown to the ground and his artery was cut with a knife. The photo is from right before he was killed.