The victim, a man in his 20s, is in light to moderate condition. The assailant was shot and killed.08:02 29.11.15 | 0 comments
"did you even read that article" Your evidence cited in #140 as proof of Irans evil intent to acquire nuclear weapons belies your reliance on a cherry picked quote from el Bareidi. I have access to dozens of el Bareidi quotes which fly in the face of the one you cite. Have you read or understood any of them? "pretending to have a civilian program" wow... really persuasive. You claim pretense, ergo it must be! "stockpiling way too much enriched uranium" erm, ALL the enriched Uranium which you seem to know about is also known by the IAEA. No one has ever found additional undeclared Uranium. In order to run a civil programme on the scale Iran has indicated they have nowhere near enough. Great argument PW. ...groan. "perfecting their missile delivery systems" Like any modern nation with an army would not be "perfecting their missile delivery systems". Truly conclusive. ...deep sigh. "miniturising [sic] the warhead" Misspelled as well as misunderstood? "perfecting neutron intitiators [sic]" Unadulterated BS. Could you not read up on the subject of the dubious nature of the "neutron initiator" as maoriboy has mentioned? U.S. intelligence has concluded that the document published recently by the Times of London, which describes an Iranian plan to do experiments on what the newspaper described as a "neutron initiator" for an atomic weapon, is a fabrication, according to former Central Intelligence Agency official Philip Giraldi. Philip Giraldi, was a CIA counterterrorism official from 1976 to 1992 and it was he who spilled the beans on earlier forgeries like the Niger Yellowcake imbroglio, has now said [in The American Conservative]that the United States had nothing to do with forging the document, and that Israel is the primary suspect. "The Rupert Murdoch chain has been used extensively to publish false intelligence from the Israelis and occasionally from the British government," Giraldi said. That's some argument you put forth PW. As thorough in it's ineptitude as it is effortless in it's research. You should advertise your services to someone deserving of them. How about the National Enquirer?