US asks Iran to free 'confessed' to CIA plotter

Family deny their son was involved in espionage

BBC: The US has asked Iran to free "without delay" a US man of Iranian descent described by Tehran as a CIA spy. Amir Mirzai Hekmati confessed he had been sent to infiltrate Iranian intelligence services on state TV. A spokeswoman for the State Department told the BBC the US had requested access to Mr Hekmati through the embassy of Switzerland, which serves as an intermediary between the countries. His family denied their son was involved in espionage >>>


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It's not enough that faith claims to be the solution to all problems but is now demanded that such a preposterous claim be made im

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Was he holding an Iranian passport to catch the flight from Dubai to Tehran?

Any civil contractor working with Titan or L-3 will earn un taxed $130 to 180,000 per year as translator no degree is needed.

the gran ma could come visiting him in Dubai or Istanbul....

As the same with some of my friends are doing there........

hope every thing be fine so he can join his family in Flint,MI.



Praying for his Freedom...

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Praying for his Freedom... Release this innocent man NOW!! 

Similar to this story happened to a friend of mine back in 2009! He was in jail for one year and lost his business in Northern California as his brother had to sell it to bail him out! That's why I never trust the Iranian Interest Section in Washington, D.C.,  ... They too gave me 90 days permit to visit Iran (after 28 years...) ,But NO WAY, I didn't TRUST them and did not go...

I hope all the I.R. bastards burn in hell... 


Experts at "TV confession" extraction...

by Roozbeh_Gilani on

IRI are of course.

On the other hand, if you are a US citizen of Iranian parentage, Having had contacts with CIA and US military, you shuld avoid visiting Iran, unless you are a member of a certain pro IRI, washington based lobby group, holding an extra European passport, just in case. Then you can visit Iran eat chelo kabab, recite "poetry" praising ahmadinezhad and khamenei, all expenses paid,.....  

"Personal business must yield to collective interest."



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