Iran Nuclear Scientist Defects to U.S. In CIA 'Intelligence Coup'
30-Mar-2010 (3 comments)

A spokesperson for the CIA declined to comment. In its declassified annual report to Congress, the CIA said, "Iran is keeping open the option to develop nuclear weapons though we do not know whether Tehran eventually will decide to produce nuclear weapons."

Amiri, a nuclear physicist in his early 30s, went missing last June three days after arriving in Saudi Arabia on a pilgrimage, according to the Iranian government. He worked at Tehran's Malek Ashtar University, which is closely connected to Iran's Revolutionary Guard, according to the Associated Press.

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by Gavazn on

Good luck to him and I do not blame him AT ALL. Brave man, and AI I totally agree. IRI seems like a sinking ship and people will get out only if they can.


misinformation goes on and on

by fussygorilla on

I would not believe anything that American news sources offer. They are in cohout with the government and lie and distort all. Give me solid sources and information to believe in.  

Artificial Intelligence

Very interesting story Fred

by Artificial Intelligence on

I bet there will be more defections in the near future.