U.S. Spy Drone
December 17, 2011 by staff
A ministry statement broadcast on state TV Saturday said Iran’s secret services identified the suspect at Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan and detained the individual after crossing into Iran. The report did not elaborate.
Bagram is the main base for American and other international forces outside Kabul.
State TV alleged the suspect, who was not identified, received special training and sought to infiltrate Iran’s secret services and funnel false information to deceive Iranian intelligence.
Tehran periodically announces the capture or execution of alleged US or Israeli spies, and often no further information is released.
Earlier Saturday, a European intelligence source claimed Iran stunned Western intelligence agencies when it managed to “blind a CIA spy satellite by aiming a laser burst quite accurately,” in a never before reported incident.
According to an article in The Christian Science Monitor, this unreported incident might suggest that the Iranians have successively gained access to jamming technology, allowing them to track unmanned aerial vehicle navigation capabilities.
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