Emails to RFE/RL's Radio Farda today:
I was a witness at one of the poll booths in Bojnood [North Khorasan Province] on behalf of Musavi's campaign. A report that I may offer is that the ballot box was sent a day in advance without any previous notice and I managed to reach the box within two hours of its arrival. I found out that a total of 130 ballets had already been put in. It isn't clear whether the votes belonged to people or whether it was the authorities' doing. All the authorities were in favor of Ahmadinejad and no other candidate's representatives were present on the spot. All members of the executive committee were pretending that more votes have come this year from people than ever before.... A noticeable point is that the booths were closed at 10:30 p.m. and as soon as the vote-counting started, everyone was congratulating each other on the news that Ahmadinejad had won 20 million votes. Sunday night [June 14], there was a gathering at the Mokhaberat crossroads which was completely peaceful. But the guards scattered the crowd and some people were even beaten for wearing green. Everyone wore black yesterday and it'll be the same for tomorrow. The Melli Bank on the Safa crossroads was in flames last night.