Violent protests against the Mullah’s regime continue to spread across 107 cities according to resistance sources within the country. At least 61 protesters have been killed with the actual number most likely far higher.
An especially ominous development for the regime came today when reports filtered out that two commanders of IRGC Fajr Corps in Shiraz were shot and killed by another officer, when they ordered the IRGC to open fire on the protesters, according to sources.
Below is an intercepted radio broadcast of IRGC communications by the Iranian Resistance.
Link entails the intercepted radio communications between repressive security forces in the city of Robat Karim (near Tehran) and IRGC Brigadier General Hossein Rahimi, head of Great Tehran State Security Force. It provides a good sense on the state of affairs in Iran in general and the state of security apparatus in particular.
In the communication, the commander of the regime’s forces acknowledges that 5000 people are heading towards the Governorate office in Robat Karim (in the suburbs of Tehran). He warned that if immediate action would not be taken, the Governorate would fall! (and it did).
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