US accuse Iran of direct involvement in probable death of former FBI agent Bob Levinson

With only a month left for President Donald Trump’s administration in office, the United States on December 14, for the first time accused Iran of its direct involvement in the probable death of former FBI agent Bob Levinson who vanished 13 years ago.

Having released the finding, the Donald Trump administration urged his successor President-elect Joe Biden to prioritise the release of at least 3 Americans in Iranian custody, as part of an expected resumption of diplomacy. In a statement FBI Director Christopher Wray said, “The government of Iran pledged to provide assistance in bringing Bob Levinson home, but it has never followed through,” adding further, “The truth is that Iranian intelligence officers — with the approval of senior Iranian officials — were involved in Bob’s abduction and detention.”

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