posted on Jan, 28 2007 @ 07:41 PM
I have been looking to find more stories to confirm this report and as of now have found only an op/ed which uses SIRR1's link as the source.
However this op/ed points to a possible situation where the scientist was going to "out" Iran's nuclear intentions, thereby adding Iran as a
possible perpetrator to this scientist's untimely death.
I would think if this were a credible report, the news media would have reported this, maybe they are sceptical as I am to the truth of this
His death was not announced until today on Iranian state television. I suspect Hassanpour may have had serious misgivings as to the offensive,
(f)allout war Tehran was obviously planning.
I don't know but there are several weird and puzzling events occuring in the middle east right now, (Al Sadr's so called truce, the centrifuge deal
between Russia/Iran, New crackdown on insurgents with troop boost, not to mention the added carrier sent to the region, and the recent attacks on
Al-Qaeda suspects in Somalia.)
Just for another puzzle, I was searching for news on google and used the "translate" fro some arabic sites/forums and one forum was debating whether
or not Al Sadr was one of the Hussein executioner's, using photos to compare Al Sadr's nose/mustache/mouth area and the pinkie ring he wears on his
right hand. It seems that even in the arab forums, conspiracy is interesting.
I will look for the conspiracy again and post a link here.
Here are 2 links to the conspiracy:
[edit on 1/28/07 by JacKatMtn]