"There is not much new information," Heinonen wrote Haaretz in an email from Harvard, on Wednesday. By this he meant that the plethora of evidence in the report reached the IAEA years ago.” Yes, it seems that the ‘plethora of evidence’ for a nuclear arms program dates from before 2003. The American National Intelligence Estimate even concluded that Iran stopped working on the program in the fall of 2003. But Melman spins this into slander against El Baradei “What he does not say is that his boss at the IAEA, former director Mohamed ElBaradei, either did not publish the findings or softened the way in which they were presented.” Exactly, Heinonen did NOT say that, and he would know, wouldn’t he? So Heinonen does not support Melman’s attempts to slander El Baradei.
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from the article: Nuclear experts divided on Iran bomb in wake of damning IAEA report