December 13, 2013

A former FBI agent who went missing in Iran six years ago worked for the CIA and was not in the country on a business trip as US officials have publicly claimed, according to the Associated Press.

In a case that had long been shrouded in secrecy and vague official accounts, the Associated Press reported that retired FBI agent Robert Levinson had been paid by the CIA to gather intelligence around the world.

Levinson flew to an Iranian resort, Kish Island, in March 2007 to investigate corruption in the country, with hopes of also gleaning information about Tehran’s suspect nuclear program, the reports said.

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