July 1st, 2009
06:05 PM ET
soundoff (10 Responses)
  1. Cameron T.

    Thank you for keeping the real tragic story of the day alive. Enough about Jacko...There's an ongoing assault on humans and humanity by the mullas of Iran and most news organizations are focusing on one man's self inflicted death. If this movement in results in a democratic Iran, then we have all secured a better future for our children. Let's not lose sight of that.
    Many thanks to Mr. Reza Sayah for his brave and candid reporting.

    July 2, 2009 at 3:00 am |
  2. David

    I believe that the confessions of new reporters in Iran are accurate – look what the media feeds America

    July 1, 2009 at 10:54 pm |
  3. yas

    Iranians should not STOP. We will not be silent, the world should not be silent. ThE whole world should put a pressure on Iran and should not give up the attention. Keeping Iran in the media is the only way we can keep the people of iran going. If the activities against this regime stops people will not be encouraged enough to fight these people (im not sure even if i can call them people). We should not let the Iranian government think they have achieved a victory. We the people of Iran want democracy and freedom, we have started a revolution in Iran and will not stop until we get it. We are not asking for the whole regime to be changed, we want reformation, freedom, and any other rights that a human being can have. We have to show them that this just a begining. We were silenced for 30 years but the silence has been broken and a new beginning has started.

    July 1, 2009 at 10:52 pm |
  4. Joanne Elmore

    Thank you for keeping the public aware of the struggles taking place in Iran. Please keep these reports coming, as this is something the entire world needs to stay on top of....today, tomorrow, or for however long it takes.

    July 1, 2009 at 10:21 pm |
  5. Audrey

    Thank you for posting this video - please continue to investigate and report what's happening in Iran!

    July 1, 2009 at 8:55 pm |
  6. Janice

    Thank you so much for reporting on the struggles in Iran. The courage and resolve of the Iranian people is an example to us all.

    July 1, 2009 at 8:53 pm |
  7. Jeff Mayer

    My God;
    Enough is enough, is enough!! Most people really don't care about Michael Jackson. Please, move on from this story. There are allot of more important issues going on in the world.
    Your coverage is becoming repeatitive, and CNN seems to be obsessed with this story!

    July 1, 2009 at 7:44 pm |
  8. Cynthia Fore

    To Mr. Reza Sayah.. Thank you, so very much. Finally we can get a glimpse of what is happening behind the curtain of silence in Iran. My hope is that you will continue to examine what is happening, there, and share it with us. I know that verifying information from Iran must be very difficult. Your efforts are much appreciated. Thank you, again,
    cynthia fore
    Brighton, IL USA

    July 1, 2009 at 7:04 pm |
  9. Annie Kate

    Perhaps the only way to ensure safety and cut back on violence during this troop withdrawal is to imprison people – but who knows if these are the right people? I hope, however, that the people who are detained and missing turn up soon; i also hope that there is no US involvement in these disappearances, especially by the CIA. Bush certainly left a big mess for Obama to clean up.

    July 1, 2009 at 6:47 pm |
  10. Kemu

    To all of you who have the ear of the media, pose this question to Deepak Chopra, if as YOU say you cared about Michael Jackson and he was YOUR “friend”, when Michael allegedly asked you for prescriptions why didn’t you make the news circuit then “Hollywood Dr’s are killing my friend” you wouldn’t have smeared his name any less then you are now… the FRIEND thing to do when ask about a friends alleged drug is to say NO COMMENT then let some air get between you and YOUR FRIENDS DEATH THEEEEN go on a crusade against Concierge Doctors… people this person Deepak is a fraud who I’m sure will be promoting a book soon… probably about his times with Michael

    July 1, 2009 at 6:11 pm |