As we predicted in our first entry in our updates today, the international media are seeing “Iran” via the case of Shahram Amiri, the scientist who had come to the US — willingly or unwillingly — and is now back in Tehran.
My gratitude to the EA correspondent who found a cartoon that matches some information from my sources: Amiri had defected, had little or no valuable information, was depressed over his family back in Iran, and wanted to return.
In more effective words, the cartoon Amiri to the cartoon US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (from Khodnevis): ”I am your servant. I have a wife and children….Please be a lady and say you abducted me and wanted to bring disaster upon me.”>>>
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