The snippet comes from (and is linked to) a Google translation (slightly modified for clarity) of an article in Le Figaro:
Several stories circulating in the medical [sic], Rasoul Akram Hospital, not far from Tehran University, would have received from the “Black Monday” (June 15), 38 corps[es], including 28 wounded and 10 dead . “We found that the bullets had passed through the torsos to the diagonal, which means they were fired from above - ie [sic] a roof,” says the second doctor.
According to an official review, at least 17 people have been killed since the beginning of the dispute. However, a first quietly made by the nursing staff from different hospitals showed that to date more than 92 people died in Tehran and its environs. A woman eight months pregnant is one of the victims. Shot and killed, near the presidential palace, it was then transported to the hospital. Other disturbing stories are beginning to emerge in broad daylight. As one of the six corpses of young men found last week in Shahriar, on the outskirts of the capital. Their skulls had been smashed and their brains had been opened, presumably to retrieve the ball to clear the trace of the crime,” says the second doctor informed of this terrible massacre by a trusted colleague. Translated Source
Original article in French here.