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Still "clueless" in Teheran


Teheran is sticking to its story that it knows nothing regarding Bob Levinson's whereabouts:

Iran on Tuesday denied it was holding a former FBI agent reported by the United States to have disappeared on the southern island of Kish, saying it had no information on his whereabouts.

Washington has said that Robert Levinson, who according to unconfirmed US reports was making a documentary, disappeared after travelling to the Gulf resort island in March.

"They (the United States) claim that someone entered Kish. Iranian and US officials are investigating and following up this issue," government spokesman Gholam Hossein Elham told reporters.

"Both sides are trying to obtain additional information. There was no arrest," he said.

Iran has never confirmed that the missing US citizen even entered its territory although US officials have repeatedly said he had visited the Islamic republic.

Maybe another carrier group in the Gulf would help refresh their memories.

Don't forget to sign the Free Bobby! petition.

Posted by Rodger on April 17, 2007 at 09:18 AM | Permalink


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