Skip to comments.Iran gives samples from military site to nuclear inspectors
Posted on 09/21/2015 2:51:52 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Irans official IRNA news service says the country has given samples to the U.N. nuclear agency from its Parchin military site, where it once allegedly worked on triggers for nuclear weapons.
Mondays report quotes Irans atomic energy agency spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi as saying that last week, several environment samples
taken by Iranian experts without the presence of the agencys inspectors, were given to the U.N. nuclear inspectors.
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"taken by Iranian experts without the presence of the agencys inspectors,"
The “deal” in action. Only cost us $150 billion.
In the interest of accuracy, it "cost us" nothing.
The $150 billion represents the return of Iranian assets frozen since 1978 -- in retaliation for the embassy seizure. Nor were all of these assets in the U.S.
In fact, no taxpayer money was expended to complete this "deal". Which is about the only good thing you can say about it...
Yes, it cost us $150 billion. The illegitimate Islamic Republic has no legitimate claim to those assets. And it cost us “face” on the world scene.
Where they worked on triggers for nuclear weapons from blueprints supplied to them by Bill Clinton and more than likely Valery Plame.
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