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Nuclear physicist who worked for the CIA, executed in Iran
15:38, 7 August 2016
Nuclear physicist who worked for the CIA, executed in Iran

On penalty reported scientist's relatives, after his body was returned to his native city

15:38, 7 August 2016

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Iranian nuclear physicist Shahram Amiri, who lived a long time in the USA was executed in Tehran. This was reported by the scientist's family, according to BBC. On penalty reported Amiri's relatives, when his body was returned to his native city. They found the traces of rope around the neck of the scientist.

Shahram Amiri in 2009 went on a pilgrimage to Mecca, and then disappeared and appeared in the United States, where, as reported he was kept by force by the CIA. US denied any involvement in the abduction. In 2010, ABC News channel reported that a nuclear physicist fled to the United States and helped the CIA to gather information on Iran's nuclear program. Subsequently, the White House said that the scientist willfully fled to the United States and gave Washington the important information.

In 2010, Amiri returned to Tehran, where he was greeted as a hero. However, after this he fell under long period of imprisonment.

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