The Iranians cannot returnn what they do not have. If they brought the drone down electronically, they should be able to display the drone with its landing gear extended, and the drone sitting on it, instead of lying on its fuselage. My contention is that the exterior details are well enough known to make a convincing copy, but the landing gear is too intricate, and any discrepancies would be reasonably obvious to an expert. However, assuming that this is the genuine article, it is plausible to posit: That this may have been a setup to ascertain what the Iranians may be capable of, with Russian and/or Chinese assistance. That this particular model of an RQ 170, is not the current state of the technological art. The identities of foreign experts and/or traitors have been identified, and eliminated. And we are now better able to attack Iran and its foreign allies.
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from the article: Iran says it will not return captured U.S. drone