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Kazem Jalali:

CIA agent due on trial in Iran

Service : Politic
Tehran, Dec 21 (ICANA) – Rapporteur of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Kazem Jalali has said that Amir Mirza-Hekmati, who has recently been arrested by Iranian intelligence agents, is due to stand trial on a charge of spying for the CIA in an Iranian court of law.
Sunday, December 25, 2011 2:24:58 PM
CIA agent due on trial in Iran

Jalali, said on Wednesday in response to U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland, who recently urged Iran to free Mirza-Hekmati.  

Nuland said on Monday, “We call on the Iranian government to grant the Swiss protecting power immediate access to him and release (him) without delay,” according to the AFP. 

Jalali said, “The remarks are the ultimate act of rudeness in the (international) political arena.”

The U.S. spy is guilty and should be brought to justice for committing crime, he added.  

Elsewhere in his remarks, Jalali condemned the recent violation of Iran’s airspace by a U.S. spy drone and said that the United States’ sending of the spy drone and the CIA agent to Iran’s territory is a flagrant violation of international law.

He added, “U.S. officials arrogantly say that the Islamic Republic should return their drone and agent.”

He also said that U.S. President Barack Obama is experiencing a difficult situation.

The economic crisis and the glum electoral prospect of the Democrats have led them launching a poor public relations campaign, Jalali commented.        

He added U.S. kidnaps Iranian citizens and hold them in custody for years, but the odd thing is that they expect the Iranian government to release the CIA spy.

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