A reader writes:

It's just a simple clip of a few voices on rooftops, and perhaps I'm a bit more emotional today, but that clip just brought tears to my eyes. I think more than the voices, though, the tears came because of what I imagine may happen tomorrow to those voices. 

My heart is with the Iranian people. It's just painful to know that that is the extent of what I can do right now. May they be strong in the face of tyranny.

Pray that their numbers will overwhelm violence, that the peaceful desire for justice and freedom will overcome the terror and brutality of the junta. At the Dish, we'll be doing shifts again, doing our best through the night to get as much information, footage and facts as we can.

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