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March 11, 2007

Iranian General That Defected Was Spy For West

It sounds almost like a spy novel, and maybe too much so. On the other hand, if the Times of London version of the story is true, it makes the mullahs look like bungling fools and the West has indeed got a wealth of much needed information on Iran's terror ties.

Brigadier General Ali Reza Asgari, 63, Iran's former deputy defence minister who defected to the West last month, apparently (and I do mean "apparently") had been spying on Iran since 2003 when he supposedly had been recruited on an overseas business trip. This weekend he is understood to be undergoing debriefing at a Nato base in Germany after he escaped from Iran, followed by his family: (Continue reading at Hyscience)



Posted by Richard at March 11, 2007 2:59 PM





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