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Iranian nuclear scientist abductie Shahram Amir, defects from his USA abductors?

The story of the alleged abduction in 2009

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Lisa’s point of view on this:

(Note propaganda clip on left against the Japanese–remind you of anything? Looks sorta like that being done currently to the Muslim nations)

1st Video: June 7th–Amiri’s 1st video aired on Iranian state TV aired a video he purportedly made from an Internet cafe in Tuscon, Arizona, and sent to Iranian intelligence claiming U.S. and Saudi “terror and kidnap teams” snatched him while on a pilgrimage.

2nd Video: June 7th–Hours later. In another, professionally produced one, he said he was happily studying for a doctorate in the United States.

3rd Video: June 14 per statement, but aired June 29th Iranian state TV–A shaky piece of footage, Amiri claimed to have escaped from U.S. agents in Virgnia and insisted the second video was “a complete lie” that the Americans put out.

Okay my question is this. Who do you believe? Was the man kidnapped and held against his will by this corrupt shadow government or do you believe this same government who has re-written our history? Just a few examples, they have indoctrinated our children and lied about the truth regarding prior knowledge of the false flag Attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese, which led America into WWII and the “experiment” of dropping Nukes on civilian targets.

The same government who Lied about the cause of the UnCivil War and wrote it was about slavery, when the truth is the North wanted to tax (Morrill Tariff) the South without representation, causing the death of over 60,000 American lives?

What about the same government that claimed another false flag, stating that Saddam Hussein had WMD  but were NEVER found, that lead to thousands of deaths in Iraq and the destruction of their Country?

What about the false flag attack on 911 when Dick Chaney took over NORAD and then Al-Qieda being an admitted made up ‘spy cell’ created by the CIA to infiltrate Islamic countries? Yet we are “fighting” them along with the “Taliban”…..OMG—give me a break already folks!

Are we truly SHEEP to believe one damn thing this corrupted and ungodly government says? When does the writing on the wall become apparent and we see TRUTH with OUR eyes,  hear with OUR ears, feel with OUR hearts and understand the full measure of what other Nations are saying about our Nation and the foreign Policies that direct it?

If they say it is in our best interest or for our well being, you best believe it is NOT either of those things!!! Everything evolves around the Evil Ones best interest, those who have stolen the very heart of our country, and nothing to do with the little people no matter what country they are found in.

To summarize: In almost EVERY case, We The People have been setup to go to war, our honorable soldiers die, innocent civilians die, countries are destroyed, their minerals and wealth taken, and its all based on government intel LIES!!!!!!!!!

That Amiri is being released for a REASON  and a PURPOSE by the USA is obvious, only the plan of what they hope to gain by it is not clearly apparent yet.  Sec. Clinton says Iran is holding ‘innocent’ civilians and is trying to get them released as a ‘humanitarian effort”….now I’m thinking those people may very well be SPIES?

It will be interesting to see how the Iranian government handles Amiri once he arrives back to their soil. Will they imprison or behead him OR will they honor and welcome him home? We have had this alleged same thing happen to our own soldiers in foreign countries, but the thing I’m wondering now, were the captors and murders of our soldiers REALLY “Muslim extremist” or were  they disguised to appear as such in order to fool the American people? Something to think about.

Now for your enjoyment, the story as told from the MSM:

Iran: Nuclear scientist on his way home

By NASSER KARIMI, Associated Press Writer Nasser Karimi, Associated Press Writer 39 mins ago

TEHRAN, Iran – An Iranian scientist who disappeared a year ago was on his way home to Tehran on Wednesday from the United States, ending a bizarre intelligence drama gone wrong that could snarl U.S. efforts to gather information Iran’s nuclear program.

Shahram Amiri said in an interview aired Wednesday on Iranian state TV that he was abducted by American and Saudi agents while on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia last year, drugged, whisked to the United States, where the CIA sought to force and bribe him into exposing Iranian secrets.

The U.S. has denied claims of an abduction and has depicted Amiri as a willing defector who changed his mind, apparently because he missed his family, still in Iran. On Tuesday, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Amiri had been in the United States “of his own free will and he is free to go.

That was the Obama administration’s first acknowledgment that Amiri was even in the country since he vanished in Saudi Arabia in June 2009, fueling speculation that he had defected and was offering information on Iran’s nuclear program. The United States and its allies accuse Tehran of seeking to build a nuclear weapon, a claim Iran denies, saying its program is for peaceful purposes.

Whatever happened, Amiri’s case turned into a bizarre spiral last month, when Iranian state TV aired a video he purportedly made from an Internet cafe in Tuscon, Arizona, and sent to Iranian intelligence claiming U.S. and Saudi “terror and kidnap teams” snatched him. In another, professionally produced one, he said he was happily studying for a doctorate in the United States. In a third, shaky piece of footage, Amiri claimed to have escaped from U.S. agents in Virgnia and insisted the second video was “a complete lie” that the Americans put out.

On Monday evening, he appeared at the Pakistani Embassy in Washington, asking to be sent home.

“I expect they got to his family,” said Clare Lopez, senior fellow at the Center for Security Policy and a former operations officer for the CIA. “Now he’ll go back and save them.”

A U.S. official who was briefed on the case said Amiri, 32, had “left his family behind, that was his choice.” The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to speak publicly about the case.

Also unknown is what information of value, if anything, Amiri shared with American intelligence about the Iranian nuclear program. Before he disappeared, Amiri worked at Tehran’s Malek Ashtar University, an institution closely connected to the country’s powerful Revolutionary Guard.

State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said he does not know what Amiri may have told U.S. officials, but that the U.S. government “maintained contact with him” during his stay in the United States. Pressed whether Amiri was a defector, Crowley replied, “I just don’t know the answer.”

Iran’s state Press TV on Wednesday aired an interview with Amiri from a day earlier in which he elaborated on his alleged abduction. He said he was in the Saudi holy city of Medina when three men in a van posing as fellow pilgrims offered him a ride. “As I sat down, the man in back held a gun towards me and told me to keep quiet,” he said. “They took me to a secret place and injected me, and when I woke up I saw myself in a huge airplane” and was taken to America.

There, CIA agents “pressured me to help with their propaganda against Iran,” he said, including offering him up to $10 million to talk to U.S. media and claim to have documents on a laptop against Iran. “I promised myself that I wouldn’t talk against my country at all,” Amiri told Press TV.

He said the agents settled him in Tuscon, suggesting he had relative freedom there on the condition “I not talk about my abduction or what happened afterward.”

But after they discovered he had made the first video, in April, “they relocated me from Tuscon to Virginia with guards all around me and until this moment I’ve been monitored by armed agents.”

“They put more psychologial pressure on me. They told me they would kill me … They threatened me every time,” Amiri said.

Amiri’s video from Tuscon, in which he is seen speaking into what seems to be a Web cam, was aired on Iranian TV on June 7. Hours later, another more professional one appeared on YouTube. In it, Amiri, wearing a sports jacket and sitting in an office, says into the camera that he is free, safe and working on his degree in the United States. But he gives no explanation for why he would apparently move to the U.S. from his pilgrimage without telling his family.

Yet another video appeared on Iranian TV on June 29. It shows Amiri saying the date is June 14.

“I have succeeded in escaping from American intelligence in Virginia,” he said, adding that he was speaking from a “safe place” although he feared he could be rearrested.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry said Wednesday that Amiri was on a flight home, traveling through the Gulf nation of Qatar and was expected to arrive in Tehran on early Thursday.

Deputy Iranian Foreign Minister Hassan Qashqavi told state TV that Iran will pursue the case of Amiri’s abduction through legal means.

Michael Rubin, an Iran expert at the American Enterprise Institute, said he expects Iran to reap propaganda value from Amiri’s return.

“What will happen now, however, is that the Iranians will score propaganda points, they will be able to televise a confession that may be more fiction than reality, but which regardless the CIA will have trouble refuting,” Rubin said.

Associated Press writers Lee Keath in Cairo and Matthew Lee in Washington contributed to this report.

(This version corrects that Amiri said he was abducted in Medina, not Mecca. AP Video.)

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100714/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iran_missing_scientist

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“Gregory Djerejian sums up Rubin’s time working for the Bush administration, ‘Putting it plainly then, and I hope I’m not hurting anyone’s feelings here, Rubin had a significant responsibility for the strategic and operational decisions made after the invasion. In effect he could well be called to task for this major U.S. policy failure and all the tragic mess our government and nation is now facing with so much blood and treasure spilled.”

Who is Michael Rubin: http://www.rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/Rubin_Michael

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Some related sources:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YymHi462YkM

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