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Discussion in '2005 Archive' started by Enoch, Nov 21, 2005.
From the story: "Jafarzadeh is credited with having aired Iranian military secrets in the past, but U.S. officials consider some of his assertions to have been inaccurate."
Reminds me of that Chalabi fella in Iraq.
After the intelligence breakdown about Iraq, I am skeptical about the reliability of intelligence especially if the tidbits are coming from someone who may have a desired outcome as to how the tidbits he parcels out are to be used.
"Jafarzadeh, who runs a Washington-based consulting business, was the U.S. spokesman for the National Coalition of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) until 2003, when it was placed on the State Department's list of international terrorist organizations.
The NCRI's military wing, the Mujahedeen-e Khalq, was based in Iraq and armed by Saddam, and allegedly uses assassinations and other violence against Iran's Islamic rulers."
Do you think his information is false? If so why?
I'm not saying one way or the other. But I'm not going to blindly accept it as true. We did that in Iraq and we ended up being made fools of by people like Chalabi.