Iranian Nuclear Scientist Claims CIA Abduction

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Iranian Nuclear Scientist Claims CIA Abduction

An Iranian nuclear scientist who disappeared last year during a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia turned up at the Pakistani embassy in Washington claiming he had been kidnapped by the CIA. What do you think?

  • "I'm all for government transparency, but maybe CIA agents should be a little more circumspect when handing out their cards."

    Gerry Bergus
    Unemployed
  • "Consider yourself lucky Dick Cheney doesn't have the keys anymore, fella."

    Richard Pipe
    Home Health Care Provider
  • "Wow, the CIA totally ruined that guy's trip to Saudi Arabia."

    Blythe Kirtland
    Facility Director
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