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This is the latest video of a Baseej being overwhelmed and taken away by the crowd. Notice the way in which one of the protestors brandishes the club he has just seized from the Revolutionary Guard brownshirt.

It's been another bewildering, inspiring, chilling day in Iran. The Dish has been live-blogging the latest phase of the Green Revolution through the night, since 11 pm EST last night.

We recommend scrolling down to the bottom and reading up to get a flavor of how today unfolded in real time. The images and videos are among the most graphic to date, so be warned. Dish policy is to provide as much information on reality as we can. Readers should also know that these videos are by their very nature impossible to confirm beyond a very rough due diligence. So again: caution. But this is an historic moment, the culmination of the biggest story of the year, even though you wouldn't know it from the Sunday talk shows.

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