posted on Jan, 12 2013 @ 12:09 PM
I have to question the solidarity of the evidence, or at least the way that it is being interpreted. If it is true that the people who investigate
these methods, have found that the rounds have been produced in such a way as to make them difficult to trace, then how can they be one hundred
percent sure that the government of Iran has ANYTHING to do with this matter?
To me, it seems bizzare that the researchers would even dare say such a thing without irrefutable evidence. Now, Iran is not a small nation, and much
as we are lead to believe that the government there are somehow aware of the activities of everyone in the nation, they are not, not by an awful long
way. I know that, because Britain has a much better, much more informed intelligence sector than Iran, and our lot still miss things!
For all these researchers can possibly know, the rounds could have been produced by an independant, but powerful underground criminal enterprise,
acting under a guise of government involvement, or legitimate private enterprise, within Iran. The fact that the researchers have decided to link
these rounds with the government of Iran, is somewhat empty and weak in my view.