Iran rolls up CIA spy network

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The famous Den of Espionage - the CIA headquarters, disguised as an embassy, that totally controlled Iran prior to 1979 - is now a museum.

Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence says it has uncovered and busted the largest US cyber-espionage network in the world, which was run by the CIA.

The ministry’s counter-espionage director said a considerable number of spies working for the CIA were arrested. The top intelligence official described the discovery as a serious blow to Washington. He added that the US spy services use cyber space to make connections with their agents in Iran and other countries. The official said Washington is constantly pressing ahead with such measures along with its economic and intelligence war against Iran and many other countries.

In an interview with Press TV, political commentator Kevin Barrett says the busting of a CIA-run espionage network run by Zionist agents through Iran’s counterintelligence unit is a big victory for the country.


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  1. Isn’t this the same way that the Chinese broke up the CIA network in China a year or so ago? The US was communicating with their spies through the internet and the Chinese counter espionage people noticed and caught every last one. Probably, the Chinese have been doing espionage for the last 5000 years and the Iranians for the last, what? 3 or 4000. You’d need real expertise to get past them, unnoticed. I should think.

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