by Frank

November 9, 2019

Something you didn’t expect to read today is Iran admitting publicly that they have former FBI agent Robert Levinson in their possession. He went missing in Iran back in 2007 and many suspicions arose since then. Iran suggests they have an active legal case against Levinson.

“Mr. Levinson was last seen alive about eight years ago, in a hostage video pleading for help and in photographs wearing a Guantánamo-style jumpsuit,” The Associated Press reported. “The images did not disclose who was holding him, though the video has a Pashtun wedding song popular in Afghanistan playing in the background.”

The news came after the Trump administration announced on Monday — which was the anniversary of when Iranian terrorists stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and the Iranian regime took over 50 U.S. diplomats hostage for 444 days — that it was offering a $20 million reward for information leading to Levinson’s safe recovery – as stated on the Daily Wire.

It remains unclear what might happen to Levinson next now that America is aware of his whereabouts.

Will America fight to get him back? Will more information be revealed about what happened? That remains to be seen.




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