The AP reports:

Up to 30 men on motorcycles, some in masks, swarmed outside Mousavi's office on Tuesday. They blocked him as he tried to drive out of the garage and chanted slogans against him, two opposition Web sites said, citing witnesses. Mousavi got out of his car and shouted at them, ''You're agents. Do whatever you've been ordered to do, kill me, beat me, threaten me!'' before aides rushed him inside, the Gooya News Web site reported. The men left several hours later and Mousavi was able to leave.

When asked at a press conference if the judiciary will pursue Mousavi, [Iran's top prosecutor, Gholam Hossein Mohseni Ejehi] said, ''We will not tolerate anyone who commits actions against security, and we will confront them,'' according to the Fars news agency.

Basij also assaulted his wife yesterday.

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