Shahram Amiri

The tragedy that was the life of Shahram Amiri had nothing to do with Hillary Clinton or her unsecure e-mail server.
Shahram Amiri's long list of contradictions and ambiguities in his TV interview connote that he is playing into the hands of the Iranian intelligence service, thus perpetuating their narrative.
Shahram Amiri, an Iranian nuclear scientist, went missing in May 2009 during a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia. Amiri's appearance on public television in Iran on July 15, 2010 offered some answers.
Mr. Amiri accused American agents of trying to coerce him to confess to being a spy so they could try to exchange him for
Why is no journalist from a major media outlet asking why the Obama administration pushed for new Iran sanctions, when there is clear disagreement and desperation in the U.S. Intelligence Community regarding Iran's nuclear program?
The barrage of information regarding Shahram Amiri offered during the past 5 weeks makes it difficult to distinguish between genuine information, disinformation and spins.
The man in the video, which is said to have been produced April 5 in Tucson, bears a striking physical resemblance to previously
Perhaps the warmongers camp would be more persuasive if they facilitated a meeting between Amiri and the Iranian authorities to reassure them that Amiri had not been kidnapped and held against his will.
WATCH THE REPORT FROM ABC NEWS: President Barack Obama said Tuesday he hopes international sanctions against Iran for pursuing