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BERN, Switzerland – A Swiss magistrate says smuggling charges should be brought against three Swiss engineers suspected of giving nuclear weapons technology to a rogue network in Pakistan — a case that has CIA ties, shredded documents and national security implications.
The investigating magistrate, Andreas Mueller, said his recommendation is based on an exhaustive, difficult probe into an alleged nuclear smuggling ring. He has submitted his report to federal prosecutors, who will decide whether to bring charges on violating Swiss nonproliferation laws.
The six-year federal probe against Urs Tinner, his brother Marco and their father Friedrich was slowed down after the Swiss government repeatedly ordered evidence destroyed in the case allegedly under pressure from senior U.S. officials.
Originally posted by TedHodgson
Why cant people smuggle normal things like Tabacco and spices anymore
Originally posted by phatpackage
reply to post by boondock-saint
Who in their right mind trusts the US Gov ???
For all their faults they are a trillion times more trustworthy & credible than the terrorist governments of Iran, Syria & North Korea!
The time has come to abolish the CIA --t into a thousand pieces --as JFL had promised! Its leadership should be dismissed and investigated. Where there is probable cause, CIA members should be investigated and tried for crimes against humanity. The CIA, itself a ruthless, terrorist organization inspires terrorism in response. In some cases, notably the CIA and al Qaeda, the relationship between the CIA and terrorism is symbiotic. The CIA perpetuates an "American Holocaust", the deaths of some 6 million people from its inception to the year 1987. For as Long as the CIA Exists, the US will never be safe from terrorism. It has long been time to realize JFK's dream of smashing the CIA into a 'thousand pieces'.