Iran Says Eight CIA Assets Arrested, Blames US for Protest Violence | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Iran Says Eight CIA Assets Arrested, Blames US for Protest Violence

Major protests in Iran about the increase in gas prices may be over, but Iranian officials are saying that they believe a US-orchestrated conspiracy was involved in violence seen during the rallies, which involved attacks on Iranian banks.

Hundreds of banks were attacked, and Iranian authorities say 7,000 protesters were arrested. Iranian intelligence officials say at least eight CIA assets were among those arrested in connection with the violence.

The eight people had been given CIA-funded training, nominally to become “citizen journalists.” Six were arrested at the rallies, while the other two were trying to send information abroad.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF, in fact, these reports prove true, this wouldn't surprise me; everything that the US government has tried to do so far, to regime change Tehran, hasn't worked, so the CIA thought that they would give this old canard another try, and it wound up biting them in an excruciatingly sensitive portion of the human anatomy.

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