Iran Hiding Tapes
By Micah Halpern
Somehow, the surveillance tape from Iranís nuclear centrifuge labs is missing. I hope youíre not surprised.
The IAEA, aka the International Atomic Energy Agency, aka the United Nations watchdog group, has asked for the tapes. The Iranians say the tapes disappeared after and during an attack in June that sabotaged the facility.
The IAEA has asked for the tapes once again.
At a news conference when asked if it was credible that the tapes had just vanished, Grossi replied: "We have doubts about that and this is why we are asking, 'Where is it?"'.
"I am hopeful that they are going to come up with an answer because it's very strange that it disappeared."
The are many things that could be on the missing tapes. Things Iran does not want others to see. Most importantly, it may show the secret Iranian contingency plans that go into effect after an attack. The tape may very well show the secret storage and other secret areas that have yet to be exposed or shown to the IAEA.
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