Thursday, September 14, 2006

U.N. calls US report "outrageous and dishonest"

In a letter sent to the House of Representatives' Select Committee on Intelligence by the International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei the IAEA is strongly protesting that committee's report on Iranian nuclear capabilities.

Called into question was the reports conclusion that Iran had
enriched uranium at its pilot centrifuge plant to weapons-grade level in April. This is in direct conflict with IAEA's own findings.

Also questioned was the report that Iran had "
mass quantities of uranium gas await enrichment, which would ultimately be used for the construction of some 40 nuclear bombs."

Furthermore the report suggested that the IAEA had fired an inspector because he would not follow an allege IAEA policy preventing him from telling the truth about Iran.
The IAEA has called this suggestion "outrageous and dishonest" and a case of deja vu relating to pre-Iraq false assessments.

Yellow Cake anyone?

Must be time to out another secret agent!

The full story can be found at The Raw Story.


  1. I think you could just take the word "report" out of your headline here, BB2, and that would cover it. love, nora

  2. LOL you've got that about right - Thanks Bushco!