Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Update: Iran's Transportation 'Accidents'

The latest transportation 'accident':
JANUARY 13, 2010, Wall Street Journal - Bomb Kills Tehran Professor
A remote-controlled bomb killed a Tehran University physics professor near his home early Tuesday, in what Iranian authorities called an assassination backed by Western powers, including the U.S. and Israel. ...Mr. Mohammadi was a member of the elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps from 1980 to 2003, according to the official Iranian Fars news agency, which is affiliated with the IRGC. He was the head of the physics department at Tehran University and deputy director of the university's college of sciences.

Prof. Mohammadi's membership in Iran's broadly defined nuclear-science brain trust also raised questions about whether the attack was related to the country's controversial nuclear program. Iran says it is pursuing a peaceful nuclear program, but Western officials allege it is seeking weapons.

From another report:
Deputy White House press secretary Bill Burton said Iran’s accusations of U.S. involvement “are absurd.” Ali-Mohammadi didn’t work for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, according to a statement on the organization’s Web site.


Our prediction:

July 17, 2009 - "[T]he best course is still the transportation accident predicted all along (December 22, 2006) and for which there has just been a conveniently timed reminder..."

"The aircraft all of a sudden fell out of the sky and exploded on impact, where you see the crater," a witness told Press TV from the crash site. ... Conversations between the pilot and the ground were normal and did not indicate any technical problems, the network's Web site reported, citing the managing director of Iran's airport authority without naming him. Some witnesses say the plane caught fire before crashing, Press TV said. source



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