Iran Spy: US Spy’s ‘Confession’ On Iranian TV?
December 19, 2011 by staff
The TV identified the man, apparently in his late 20s, as Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, an American-Iranian who received special training and served at U.S. military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan before heading to Iran for his alleged intelligence mission.
“Their (US intelligence) plan was to initially burn some valuable information, to give it free so that (Iran’s) Intelligence Ministry would see the good things and then would contact me,” said in a part of the confession that was broadcast.
The voice of an unnamed announcer on the video said U.S. intelligence was certain that Iran’s secret services would not ignore the data. Therefore, they provided a mix of correct and false information to mislead Iran’s intelligence but tempt it at the same time.
“Iran’s intelligence apparatus overcame the thirst and detected the deception, identified the intelligence corridors (Hekmati’s alleged link to U,.S. intelligence) … and contained the infiltration mission,” it said.
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