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Manssor Arbabsiar's neighbors in Round Rock recalled him as unfriendly. Two Austin restaurant owners said they had once asked him to leave their establishments for being rude. And Arbabsiar's former business associates in Corpus Christi described him as a foundering businessman.
But nothing has emerged from the 56-year-old Iranian-born U.S. citizen's past — including a small-time criminal record — to suggest that Arbabsiar would be implicated in an international terror plot.
Originally posted by Corruption ExposedOkay...multiple people have described this man as a rowdy beer drinking, ##SNIP## loser who frequents prostitutes. Surely if Iran were to plot an attack on American and Israeli interests they would choose a better candidate.
I can't help but laugh at the thought of an alcoholic stoner from Iran seeking help from Mexican drug cartels for a planned attack on America. Sounds like a cheesy made for TV movie if you ask me.
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
reply to post by Expat888
Perfect patsy indeed I thought the same thing.
I'm assuming it was sarcasm when you said the state doesn't make mistakes
Originally posted by hmdphantom
Why did The Iranian Quds force soldiers planned in this period of time , which Iran is trying to affect Arabian Spring ?
I'm not CE, but if I were to guess I'd say it's a reprisal for Saudi Arabia sending their forces into Bahrain
ither that, or a reprisal for the assassination campaign knocking off Iranian nuclear scientists.