June 10, 2010
A member of a terrorist organization operating in Iran says that a US State department radio station originally put him in touch with the group.
Ali Motlaq is a member of The Royalist Association of Iran or Tondar, a terrorist group that has claimed responsibility for the attacks across Iran in the last 5 years. They have killed and wounded hundreds.
Motlaq is currently under arrest for planting bombs and orchestrating the assassination of top Iranian figures.
In an exclusive interview with Press TV’s IRAN TODAY, he said he first got in touch with the group through Radio Farda – a Persian language radio station funded by the US State Department.
Iran has criticized the US for not naming the group as a terrorist one. Tondar is in Los Angeles where it has based its radio station and website.
This article was posted: Thursday, June 10, 2010 at 2:24 pm