Buttle's World

20 July, 2009

Iran’s “Suspended” Nuke Program

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 8:09

I’m shocked – shocked – to learn that the 2007 NIE claim that Iran suspended its nuclear program in 2003 has been contradicted.

The Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), Germany’s foreign intelligence agency, has amassed evidence of a sophisticated Iranian nuclear weapons program that continued beyond 2003. This usually classified information comes courtesy of Germany’s highest state-security court. In a 30-page legal opinion on March 26 and a May 27 press release in a case about possible illegal trading with Iran, a special national security panel of the Federal Supreme Court in Karlsruhe cites from a May 2008 BND report, saying the agency “showed comprehensively” that “development work on nuclear weapons can be observed in Iran even after 2003.”

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