Court verdict comes for spy-citizens

TEHRAN, Oct. 18 (MNA) – An informed source in the Judiciary has said three spies have received prison sentences by court trying them on espionage charges.

Siamak Namazi and Mohammad Baqer Namazi Iranian-Americans and a Lebanese citizen Nazar Zaka under detention in Iran have received 10 years for cooperation with an enemy state, the source told Mehr News. He also added that F.H.A and A.A (code-named for the sake of confidentiality) had also received the same sentences in the primary court.

 Nazar Zaka is a security-intelligence figure of the US and has participated in several operations overseas; he has been dubbed ‘the hidden treasure trove,’ who had played a crucial role in Lebanese Cedar Revolution of 2005, and who, during assassination of Rafiq al-Hariri, joined American officials in alleging that Assad of Syria had planned and assassinated Lebanese Prime Minister, thus fueling the discord between Syria and Lebanon.

Meanwhile, Zaka remained active based on what the US intelligence had defined for him as a mission to inviting Lebanese public to unrest in streets; the outcome was that the anti-Syria coalition came victorious in general elections, which was called ‘Cedar Revolution.’


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